Are blue pearls Real?

Blue Pearl Types: Naturally colored blue pearls are a special rarity, available only in blue Akoya, Silver-Blue White South Sea, Tahitian or Sea of Cortez pearl types.

What is special about Tahitian pearls?

Tahitian Pearls are the only pearls that come in a full array of colors. Black Akoya Pearls, for example, are dyed. This is what makes Tahitian Pearls so special because the rainbow-like mantle of the Pinctada margaritifera has the ability to produce a “rainbow” of natural colored pearls.

What is the difference between a South Sea pearl and a Tahitian pearl?

South Sea pearls are naturally delicate pastel in hue and color. They range from being soft white to creamy champagne and pink. Tahitian peals, on the different side of the spectrum, are bold and dramatic, since the natural color is black. Tahitians are very rare.

Which color pearl is best?

The most classic and widely preferred pearl color is white. The white pearl is considered a symbol of purity, and is often associated with wedding and graduation celebrations.

How can you tell if Tahitian pearls are real?

The real deal will always shimmer and reflect under any light. One other way to detect a fake is looking at the drill holes in the pearls if on a necklace or a bracelet. Real pearls will show a rough finish or unevenness around the drill site, whereas the drill holes on a fake pearl will look perfect and precise.

Are blue pearls valuable?

Blue Pearls Blue Akoya pearls were cast aside because of their different shape and color but are now sought after as one of the most valuable pearls in all the seas.

What color Tahitian pearl is most valuable?

Prized Colors of Tahitian Pearls With such a variety of colors displayed by the Tahitian pearls, there are some which are highly prized. Those with iridescent peacock and cobalt blue colors have the most value on the market.

How much do pearls cost in Tahiti?

Tahiti pearls are so precious that a small pearl of average quality costs about $100 and a round pearl of perfect quality with a diameter of 18mm sells for about $10,000.

How rare is a blue pearl?

Although blue pearls are found in almost every pearl type – Tahitian, Freshwater, South Sea, & Akoya – the chances of you running into a blue pearl in any of these pearl types is extremely, extremely rare. Blue Akoya pearls used to be outcasts in the pearl industry but have recently taken over as a valuable tycoon.

How much is a Tahitian pearl worth?

Low quality Tahitian pearls may be sold for as little as $200, while standard grade pearls can range from $200 to $600. The finest quality Tahitian pearls can fetch anywhere between $1,000 and $36,000 or more from the right buyer.

How much does Tahitian pearl cost?

They are also the largest pearl variety on the market. A strand of South Sea pearls can range from $1,000 to over $100,000. Tahitian pearls are exotic, with dark colors. Depending on their size and quality, a strand of Tahitian pearls can cost from $500 to more than $25,000.

Where to buy pearls in Tahiti?

NYCO’s Black Pearl Trading Company (689)

  • Poemana+33
  • Robert Wan Tahiti – Musée de la Perle (689)
  • Tahiti Pearl Market (689)
  • What is Tahiti really like?

    The average temperature in Tahiti is 26° year-round, Cost of living in French Polynesia is very high, The island experiences a tropical climate well differentiated: the rainy season (November – April) and the dry season (May – October), We are not exempt from cyclones on Tahiti, nor on the rest of Fr. Polynesia (professional quirk),

    What is the religion of Tahiti?

    The Otea: this must have been originally a somewhat military dance among Tahitian natives,reserved for men.

  • The Aparima: in this dance,the hands of the Tahitian dancers mime history.
  • The Hivinau: during this choreography,male and female dancers wend round in a circle and a male soloist voices a phrase that the choir takes up.
  • Where to buy Tahitian pearls?

    Tahitian pearls can be found at shops in resorts and cruise ships, at pearl showrooms on Tahiti, Bora Bora, and Moorea, also at family pearl farms on Huahine, Taha’a, and throughout the Tuamotu Atolls.