Akoya Pearl

Akoya Pearl

These seawater pearls come from the Akoya pearl oyster with sizes between 2 and 10mm. Akoyas from Japan and China are known for their shimmering beuty and warm colours which range from rose, cream and gold to silver white and blue/grey.
Type: Akoya Pearl
Origin: Japan and China
A timeless classic, Akoya pearls are perfect to start your pearl collection with and will suite woman of all ages.
White South Sea Pearl

White South Sea Pearl

These are large – sized (10mm and up) seawater pearls that come from the silver – lipped pearl oyster, an oyster which occurs naturally only in the warm tropical South Pacific waters of the Armature sea ( off Northern Australia), Indonesia and Southeast Asia.
Type: White South Sea Pearl
Origin:North Australia
The King of all seawater pearls makes a bold statement and is perfect to create a bespoke design.
Tahitian Black Pearl

Tahitian Black Pearl

These large (10mm and up) seawater pearls come from the black – lipped pearl oyster, whose habitat is the South Pacific; most of them are produced in Tahiti. Colours are natural and range from silvery grey and green to deep purple and black.
Type: Tahitian Black Pearl
Origin: French Polynesian Islands
The Queen of all seawater pearls, with mystical natural colours which makes it a very special addition to any woman's pearl collection.
Mabé Pearl

Mabé Pearl

Large semi spherical cultured seawater pearls grown against the inside shells of oysters rather than in the oysters’ bodies. Less expensive than round cultured pearls due to their half – rounded shape, they are most popular in earrings, rings and brooches.
Type: Mabé Pearl
Origin: Japan
Mabé pearls are perfect to create bold jewellery pieces for example earrings in a large size as it does not protrude as much from the ear as a full round South Sea pearl.
Freshwater Pearl

Freshwater Pearl

Pearls cultivated in mussels, not oysters, in freshwater lakes and rivers in China and Japan. Due to their easy cultivation, freshwater pearls are fairly inexpensive. Shapes can be freeform, rice shape, off – round or spherical and colours range from milky white, to peach, pink and lavender.
Type: Freshwater Pearl
Origin: Japan and China
With freshwater pearls you are still buying a real cultivated pearl, but at a fraction of the price of seawater pearls. You can create designs similar in look to seawater pearls.