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Japanese Akoya Pearls

Since the 1930's, Akoya pearls are the world's best-known pearl. Akoya pearls are often very round and spherical in shape and are complemented by very high luster. Produced by a small oyster called the Pinctada Fucata off the seas of Japan and China, they are commonly found in sizes ranging from 2mm to 10mm in size. Akoya pearls are a long-time favorite in the pearl industry and are commonly worn by brides on their wedding day.

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TAHITIAN SOUTH SEA thepearlsource

Tahitian South Sea Pearls

Tahitian pearls, also known as black South Sea pearls or simply black pearls, are cherished for their incredibly exotic colors and mirror-like luster. Whereas other pearl types are typically limited in color, Tahitian pearls consist of hundreds of overtones with incredibly exotic colors such as peacock green, silver green, blue, and eggplant, just to name a few. These pearls are produced by the Pinctada Margaritifera oyster, which is found exclusively in Tahiti and several other French Polynesian islands.

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WHITE SOUTH SEA thepearlsource

White South Sea Pearls

White South Sea pearls are cherished for their classic color as well as their exceptional sizes. These rare gems are produced by the Pinctada Maxima oyster, found in very deep and offshore waters. White South Sea pearls are commonly found off the shores of Australia and are typically creamy white in color with a silver overtone.

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Golden South Sea Pearls

Golden South Sea pearls are cherished for their classic color as well as their exceptional sizes. These rare gems are produced by the Pinctada Maxima oyster, found in very deep and offshore waters. High quality Golden South Sea pearls are usually found in the Philippines and include a wide variation of shades of light to dark golden colors.

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JAPANESE AKOYA thepearlsource

Japanese Akoya Pearls

Since the 1930's, Akoya pearls are the world's best-known pearl. Akoya pearls are often very round and spherical in shape and are complemented by very high luster. Produced by a small oyster called the Pinctada Fucata off the seas of Japan and China, they are commonly found in sizes ranging from 2mm to 10mm in size. Akoya pearls are a long-time favorite in the pearl industry and are commonly worn by brides on their wedding day.

PEARL RINGS
TAHITIAN SOUTH SEA thepearlsource

Tahitian South Sea Pearls

Tahitian pearls, also known as black South Sea pearls or simply black pearls, are cherished for their incredibly exotic colors and mirror-like luster. Whereas other pearl types are typically limited in color, Tahitian pearls consist of hundreds of overtones with incredibly exotic colors such as peacock green, silver green, blue, and eggplant, just to name a few. These pearls are produced by the Pinctada Margaritifera oyster, which is found exclusively in Tahiti and several other French Polynesian islands.

PEARL RINGS
WHITE SOUTH SEA thepearlsource

White South Sea Pearls

White South Sea pearls are cherished for their classic color as well as their exceptional sizes. These rare gems are produced by the Pinctada Maxima oyster, found in very deep and offshore waters. White South Sea pearls are commonly found off the shores of Australia and are typically creamy white in color with a silver overtone.

PEARL RINGS
GOLDEN SOUTH SEA thepearlsource

Golden South Sea Pearls

Golden South Sea pearls are cherished for their classic color as well as their exceptional sizes. These rare gems are produced by the Pinctada Maxima oyster, found in very deep and offshore waters. High quality Golden South Sea pearls are usually found in the Philippines and include a wide variation of shades of light to dark golden colors.

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Buying Guide & Tips for Pearl Rings:

Pearl rings range in look from very delicate and sleek, to bold and impressive on the finger. Pearl rings are a great way to add style to any outfit.  But before you go out and choose that perfect pearl ring, here are a few important things to remember.

 

The first thing to think about is ring size.  Having a ring appropriately sized after the pearl has been attached can sometimes become tricky, so its always best to know your correct ring size before purchasing.  If that is difficult for whatever reason, you can order any of our rings in our standard size of 6.5 and you can have the ring resized at any local jeweler in your area. 

 

Furthermore, another detail to always consider when choosing a pearl ring is pearl size.  Rings with larger pearls can look a little overwhelming if the wearer has small fingers or hands. 

 

An exquisite pearl ring can make for a wonderful gift and can even be given as a truly unique engagement ring. If you have any questions on our pearl ring assortment, please feel free to call us or email us at anytime.

REVIEWS FOR PEARL RINGS

4.5 out of 5 - Based on 172 reviews
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Nov 21, 2016 by Carol W - Robina, QLD

Excellent Service and very happy with my pearl ring. I would definitely purchase pearls from here again.

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Nov 15, 2016 by George V - Sydney Olympic Park, New South Wales

Thanks again for the great product and quick delivery to Australia. Its my 3rd order and I will continue to support you due to the great service. Regards, George

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Nov 11, 2016 by Emily L - Kowloon , HK

Very nice pearl ring. The pearl is round and shiny. Would look better if order one size up:)

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Oct 10, 2016 by James M - Navarre, FL

Beautiful, my wife loves it!

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Sep 27, 2016 by Shannon T - Alpharetta, GA

The ring is absolutely stunning!