Tahitian cultured pearl, 12-14mm, baroque, sold by a piece. The colors of Tahitian cultured pearls being natural colors, they can vary in shades more or less dark than those of the photo because it is a niche of shades, but no pearls is identical to another, it is beauty of a nature.
Patterns can also vary.
If a piercing of these beads is requested no return will be possible for these pieces.
Availability: 42 Item Items
|Material||Tahitian cultured pearl|
|Nb of Items||1pc|
Introduction to Pearls
Tahitian pearls are named after their place of origin, Tahiti. Tahiti, the largest of the French Polynesian Windward Islands, is located in the South Pacific and is known as "the closest thing to paradise" for its springtime and richness of products. The mother of the Tahitian pearl is a precious black disc mussel that produces black nacre, which requires extremely demanding sea water and a long formation process.
The black color of a black pearl is not simply black, but a black tone with a variety of color shades, creating a unique color. The beauty of black pearls lies in the variety of colors that accompany their natural black base, the most popular being the iridescent colors of peacock green, rich purple and aquamarine, with a strong metallic sheen that changes when the pearl moves.
Because of their unique color, many women in the fashion world love black pearls, which are a symbol of mystery and individuality, and possess a distinctive quality that is as beautiful, delicate, refined and sensual as any other.
Cultured pearls are often used in pearl necklaces and bracelets, or set in single stone rings, pairs or clusters of earrings, rings or pendants.
How to make your own unique jewelry with beads?
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