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Tahitian Pearl Necklaces

Graduated Tahitian Keshi Pearl Necklace Graduated Tahitian Keshi Pearl Necklace save
£950.00
£760.00
December Necklace Sale
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Graduated Tahitian Keshi Pearl Necklace This is a one off! We could only get one strand of these fabulous Tahitian Pearls. The shapes are natural, as are the colours which are a mixture of light and darker greys, whites and there is also a hint of green too. We have put a 9ct white gold pearl clasp on this 18 inch long necklace. As this is a one off, the necklace in the picture is the one you will…
Tahitian Pearl Endless Loop Necklace Tahitian Pearl Endless Loop Necklace save
£999.00
£799.20
December Necklace Sale
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Black Tahitian Pearl Necklace 32" long (Shown Double on our stand in the photo) This is a gorgeous Tahitian Pearl Necklace! The black pearls are all baroque (not round) some are elongated some are ringed and they do have surface imperfections. Please note that each strand is different and unique so will have different colour combinations - it will not be identical to the one in the picture! The pe…
Tahitian Pearl Necklace with 18ct Gold Clasp Tahitian Pearl Necklace with 18ct Gold Clasp save
£2,299.00
£1,839.20
December Necklace Sale
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Tahitian Pearl Necklace with 18ct Gold Clasp This Tahitian pearl necklace has a beautiful range of natural colours from soft grey to dark grey and pale green. The smallest pearl is over 8mm at the clasp, and the largest at the centre of the necklace is 11mm. To complement we have put an 18 carat White Gold cage clasp on this 18 inch long necklace. The necklace our model Emma is wearing is the one…

Tahitian Pearl Necklaces

The second most valuable pearls, second only to South Sea Pearls. These exotic iridescent pearls are the only naturally black pearls, and even then they are rarely dark enough to be actually black. They have the most amazing range of colours from pistachio green, to silver to grey and peacock blue and can grow to around 18mm in diameter which is huge.

As the name suggests they grow in the lovely warm waters of French Polynesia and come from the black-lipped oyster.

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