21 February 2018
Colours of The Sea
Discovered long ago in the depths of the ocean, South Sea pearls are known as one of nature’s greatest gifts and occur in a range of shapes, sizes and colours.
Today, South Sea pearls are cultured in pristine and remote locations around the world. These incredible living gems are known for their luminous appearance and breathtaking array of hues.
Whether you prefer classic white, exotic black or highly coveted intense gold, the natural beauty of a South Sea pearl will captivate any audience.
Allure specialise in naturally coloured pearls, and source their exquisite gems from the pristine waters of Australia, Tahiti and the Phillipines.
Each of these coastal locales are home to different species of oysters, which produce stunning pearls with unique qualities.
Renowned for their size and lustre, Australian South Sea pearls are produced by the Pinctada maxima, the largest pearl oyster, and display radiant white, pink and silver tones.
Meanwhile, in the warm waters of the South Pacific, the Pinctada margaritifera oyster produces pearls with a stunning spectrum of hues, from dusky black through to exotic and rare peacock colours.
The highly coveted intense gold South Sea pearls are also produced by the Pinctada maxima oyster, but in the gold lip variety, which is largely found in the Phillipines.
Each piece of Allure jewellery is beautifully crafted in 18 carat yellow or white gold, with a choice of white, black or gold pearls.
Whatever colour you choose, each South Sea pearl is unique and a special gift from nature to treasure for generations to come.
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