Tahitian Pearls

Tahitian pearls are some of the world’s most beautiful and sought-after pearls. They are known for their deep, dark colors, lustrous luster, and unique shape. They are cultured in the warm waters of French Polynesia, specifically in the Tuamotu Archipelago. The black-lipped oysters that produce these pearls are found in these waters, and they are the only oysters that can produce pearls with such a wide range of colors.

These colors can vary from dark green to black, with various overtones. These overtones can be blue, purple, pink, or silver. The luster of Tahitian pearls is also highly prized, and it is often described as “silky” or “velvety.”

Tahitian pearls are typically cultured for 2 to 3 years, which is longer than the cultivation time for other pearls. This longer cultivation time results in pearls with a thicker nacre, which makes them more durable and valuable.

Due to their rarity and beauty, Tahitian pearls are highly prized by jewelry collectors and fashion enthusiasts. They are often used in high-end jewelry, such as necklaces, earrings, and bracelets. Tahitian pearls can also be used in casual jewelry like pendants and rings.