The most popular and classic pearl color is white pearls. White pearls convey beauty,
harmony, and loyalty to those that adorn them. Whether you choose budget-friendly Freshwater, lustrous Akoya, or premium-size South Sea, you can’t go wrong with this
Common overtones for white pearls include sparkling silver, blushing rose, and creamy
ivory. The color of the pearl depends on the color of the oyster’s shell. White pearls are the
gem of choice for brides because they symbolize new beginnings, purity, and abundance.
Everyone loves the effortless elegance of white pearls.
Since their discovery centuries ago, exotic black pearls have been captivating
humanity’s imagination. While black Freshwater and black Akoya pearls are usually treated to
achieve their dark hues, Tahitian black pearls grow naturally in the warm waters of
Common overtones for black pearls include radiant grey, brilliant blue-green, and
The color of the pearl depends on the color of the oyster’s shell. Due to their rarity,
black pearls have always symbolized wealth, everlasting love, and wisdom.
Modern yet timeless, black pearls are redefining beauty.
Among the rarest cultured pearls in the world, the large size and warm, regal tones of
Golden South Sea pearls make them a favorite among gem enthusiasts.
Golden pearls are particularly popular in Chinese folklore. Believed to have fallen from
the sky as dragons fought among the clouds, Golden pearls are considered to be lucky
jewels that bring wealth, success, and courage to their owners.