Loose Tahitian Pearls

What are Tahitian Pearls?

Tahitian Pearls are produced by Pinctada Margaritifera Oyster, also known as Black-lip oyster. Their size ranges from 8 to 16 mm, and they are considered the second most valuable kind of pearl, only after South Sea Pearls.

Tahitian Pearls are mainly cultivated on Tahiti, French Polynesia. They come on a wide range of dark colors and overtones, being these more diverse in Mangareva Tahitian Pearls. 

They are the largest export from French Polynesia, making up over 50% of its annual exports.

Contrary to popular belief, Tahitian Pearl are not Black. They have lots of overtones like blue, green, purple, brown and so on, but they will never be a true black. 

Loose Tahitian Pearls

We sell Loose Tahitian Pearls in a wide range of colors. Our Pearls come directly from farms in French Polynesia. We can offer Loose Tahitian Pearls at Wholesale Prices.

At The South Sea Pearl we offer lots of Tahitian pearls at wholesale prices. Our pearls come directly from farms in French Polynesia and Mangareva.
Our Tahitian pearls are multicolored, with colors ranging from classic black, through greenish, blue, gray and silver tones.
We are the largest online supplier of Tahitian loose pearls.

The pearl size is 9 mm, as this is the most commercial size, but you can contact us at: sales@thesouthseapearl.com to request another size.