South Sea Pearls – Jewelry For Life

October 21, 2011 by Emma

South sea pearls are the most valued and cherished pearls. Known for their large size, they can exceed 10mm in diameter. Spectacularly smooth and round; their flawless surface makes them a joy a wear. The South Sea pearls are formed in the Pinctada Maxima oyster, a white-lipped mollusk.

These sea gems are typically grown in the tropical waters off the coasts of Indonesia,The Philippines and Australia. These saltwater pearls are available in white, silver and gold. These sea gems are every designer’s first preference because of their varied shapes; they are available in round, semi-round and button.

Pearls add a mystical aura around the wearer, especially thesouth sea pearl necklace.. Their magical charm is due to the flawless white pearls that are used to create them. South sea pearls are extremely popular with craftsmen who use them extensively to make necklaces.

South sea pearl necklaces make great gifts. When the receiver wears it around her neck she is immediately encapsulated with its brilliant radiance.

Pearls are one of the most desired accessories to compliment any outfit

South sea pearls earrings are the most expensive among all cultured pearls. These are typically used to design cluster and dangle earrings, interspersed with various precious stones. Their lustrous sheen and blemish free surface make them perfect for crafting pearl earrings.

Rings have always been synonymous with commitment. These pearl based finger bands look stunning. South sea pearl rings go a step further; they draw attention with their perfect round shape and light overtones. A south sea pearl ring can be crafted with white or gold pearls.

Emma

Emma Frost is the Creative Associate at The Pearl Source since July 2012.
She has been involved in various Creative Projects at The Pearl Source and is a keen blogger.
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