If you are looking for an exceptional and enchanting jewel, the natural golden pearl may be just what you seek. We found them on our recent travels in the South Seas, and could not wait to show them to you.
The South Sea golden pearl is naturally coloured by its formation in the gold-lipped oyster. It is said to bring wealth to the wearer; perhaps this is true—certainly their golden beauty brings joy to all who see them, and golden pearls are among the most costly to buy. Pearl specialists appreciate them because, apart from the enchanting natural colour, the nacre of South Sea pearls is unusually thick, ranging from 2-6mm, compared to the 0.35-0.7mm of the Japanese akoya pearl—hence their exceptional size and lustre.
We are delighted with our new limited edition collection of precious South Sea golden pearl jewellery, and here are two lovely pieces from it: natural gold South Sea pearl earrings and what is known as a ‘travelling’ golden pearl pendant necklace—a single pearl hanging from a gold chain. They look amazing. You will love how the lustrous golden pearls warm your complexion.
The gold pearls chosen for the earrings are large (12mm), lustrous and round, and have an elegant diamond-cut 14ct gold horseshoe setting. The pearl for the travelling necklace is exceptionally large at almost 13mm, and it hangs beautifully from a 14ct gold chain. All the pearls have a lovely golden hue and small ‘birth marks’ to denote their origins as living gems.