Loose South Sea Pearls at Wholesale Prices

Loose Golden and White South Sea Pearls. Directly from our Pearl Farms. Pearls of high Luster and Round Shape.

Buy Loose South Sea Pearls directly from Pearl Producers, price is per pearl. We offer Pearl Drilling, introduce the size of the hole in Order Details. (For Example, Half-Drill or Full-Drill).


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Price

Aoose Golden South Sea Pearls come from the golden-lipped Pinctada Maxima oyster. Our loose golden pearls come from Indonesia and the Philippines, countries with this kind of oyster. We offer both single pearls and lots of loose pearls. The price varies depending on color, size and shape.

The most valued color in golden pearls is the so called Imperial Gold, the color should be closer to gold than yellow.

Golden pearls are especially valued in the Asian market, due to the relevance of the golden color. Australian White Pearls

Loose White South Sea Pearls come from Australia, exporter country of this type of pearls with the Pinctada Maxima oyster with white lips. South Sea White Pearls are highly valued all over the world, for their size, luster and luxurious touch, which adapts to any combination of clothes.As with golden South Sea pearls, the value of white pearls depends on their size, shape, and color. The most valued color is paper white, as it is known in pearl jargon.

While the color of akoya pearls tends more towards pink.We offer complete lots of white pearl as per unit.Tahitian Black Pearls. Black pearls come from French Polynesia (Tahiti). They are the largest export from French Polynesia.

Loose Tahitian Pearls are the perfect complement to any formal occasion, whether in the form of earrings, necklaces, bracelets or rings, adding a touch of formality or seriousness to any event.

They are very popular in the United States, and current Vice President Kamala Harris has been seen wearing Tahitian pearls on many occasions.
Many Americans have the belief that these pearls come from Hawaii, which is totally false because despite being an island Hawaii is not a pearl producing country.Tahitian pearls stand out for the variety of tones and colors that they offer, which can be green, blue, brown..