South Sea Pearl
South Sea pearls are generally much larger than other pearl types and have a unique luster quality – a soft reflection due to the large aragonite plate lets that make up the pearl. They also have the thickest average nacre of all cultured pearls.
Extraordinarily rare, naturally beautiful, unmatched in size. Australian South Sea pearls are grown inside the largest and rarest pearl-producing oyster, the Pinctada Maxima. They are highly sought after as the pearls produced are amongst the world's largest and most valuable.
- Sizes of the Pearls vary, roughly around 10mm round