Can I get Free Shipping?
Yes free shipping is included on all orders shipped within the USA
What is the best overtone for White South Sea pearls?
Choosing an overtone is more about personal taste generally, but our most popular overtone is Silver which is closest a true, bright white, followed by Rose which offers pale to deep pink hues and then Cream, which has a touch of French Vanilla color. All of them are beautiful! The Rose overtone for White South Sea pearls is the rarest of them all. If you have a specific overtone request, please contact us at email@example.com
Which overtone will look best on me for White South Sea pearls? I have blonde hair, green eyes and a reddish undertone to my skin.
We would highly recommend the Rose or a subtle Cream overtone. The warmer hues will compliment your skin tone, rather than contrast with it. Women with olive complexions or dark hair and pale skin would do well with the bright Silver which will contrast against the darker hair/skin and appear larger and brighter.
Do you offer AA+ Quality earrings or pendants for South Sea pearls?
No, all of our South Sea pearl pendants, earrings and rings are made with AAA Quality pearls only. This is to ensure the pearls have smooth, blemish-free surfaces and the best luster and color available.
Where do your South Sea pearls come from?
Our South Sea pearls are cultured at various pearl farms that stretch from the Philippine islands to the Western Coast of Australia. Generally, our White South Sea pearls are Australian in origin, and our Golden pearls come from the Philippines.
Are these South Sea pearls cultured or natural?
All of our pearls are cultured pearls, meaning that the oysters have had human assistance in getting nacre production started. A wild or natural pearl, forms without any human intervention. Usually it is a parasite or bit of organic material that gets lodged within the oyster’s soft body and irritates the animal into secreting nacre in order to smooth over the invader.
Are these colors natural?
Yes! Cultured South Sea pearls feature completely natural colors, and are never color or luster treated. After harvest, the pearls are cleaned then gently polished with bamboo and walnut chips coated with transparent wax.