8 years, 18 countries on 5 continents, 5 countries in Europe, 12 states in USA, 47 provinces in VN 8 years, 18 countries on 5 continents, 5 countries in Europe, 12 states in USA, 47 provinces in VN

Pearl Series

Discover the beauty of Types of Pearl including:

South Sea Pearl - Queen of pearls

Australian South Sea Pearls

South Sea Pearls, with the legendary Golden Pearl and Silver Pearl, are the largest of all cultured pearls.
Australian South Sea Pearls have the finest luster, largest size, renowned for their stunning Silver Pearl color and the most valuable of all cultured pearls. Common sizes 10-16 mm, some rare up to more than 20mm. Types of Sea Pearls Golden South Sea Pearls of Southeast Asia are famous for their distinctive golden color Golden Pearls. Common sizes from 8-14mm.

  • Sizes: From 8mm - 20mm, average 13mm.
  • Colors: White, Cream, Silver
  • Common Overtones: Pink, Green, Blue
  • Pearl Origin: Australia, Indonesia, Myanmar, Philippines
  • Mollusk Type: Pinctada maxima

Tahitian Pearl - Legendary Black Pearl!

Craved Tahitian Pearls

Hailing from the French Polynesian archipelago, Tahitian Pearls shimmer and glamor with their legendary black and blue sheen.

  • Sizes: From 8mm - 21mm
  • Colors: Brown, gray, blue, green and purple.
  • Common Overtones: Silver/Steel, Blue-Green, Peacock
  • Pearl Origin: French Polynesian Islands.
  • Mollusk Type: Pinctada margaritifera

Akoya Pearl Sea Pearl - Classic Pearl

Akoya Pearl

Akoya was first successfully cultured in 1893 by Sir Kokichi Mikimoto - a great achievement that gave rise to the pearl culture industry we know today. The oceanic climates are perfect for pearl production with rich luster and color - the qualities of which Akoya pearls have become known. Akoya pearl colors range from white, cream and pink to silvery pink. Akoya is the smallest pearl in the world.

  • Sizes: From 5mm - 11mm, the most common is from 7.0mm - 7.5mm; value increases sharply from size 8.0 mm or more; size from 10mm - 11mm rarest.
  • Colors: White, Cream, possibly black once treated.
  • Common Overtones: Rose, Cream or Ivory
  • Pearl Origin: China, Japan
  • Mollusk Type: Pinctada fucata

Freshwater pearls

Freshwater pearls

Freshwater Pearls are the only pearls that are cultured in freshwater, mainly in China, and the yield is small in the US. High productivity and production help Freshwater Pearls have a low selling price and become the most popular in the jewelry industry around the world, an opportunity for those who want to own round pearls. Nice with a reasonable budget.

  • Sizes: From 2mm - 15mm, the most sizes of all pearls.
  • Colors: White, cream, pink, lavender & peacock, possibly black once treated.
  • Common Overtones: Rose, Cream or Ivory
  • Pearl Origin: China
  • Mollusk Type: Hyriopsis cumingii, or hybrid

Source: GIA - Gemological Institute of America

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