La-La Luster! Meet Metallic Freshwater Pearls
More then just high luster, a true metallic Freshwater pearl is a very specific type of luster that appears to come from within the pearl, as opposed to just on the surface. It takes a lot of work to sort true metallic pairs.
I’m not a car nut, but I couldn’t help but stare. My pulse quickened and I found myself taking an involuntary gasp of air.
There's a lot of fancy cars in Hong Kong, but anybody could see this car was something special!
(Turns out there are only 400 in the entire world).
The sensation I felt that morning is identical to what most people experience when they first see a strand of “top range” Hanadama or Madama Akoya pearls in the flesh.
You just know they're special – THIS is what it’s all about.
If South Sea pearls are the Rolls Royce of pearls ....
... Hanadama Akoyas are their sleeker, faster, sexier cousins.
The Ferraris of the pearl world.
A brand-new collection for women that appreciate, no deserve, the highest quality pearls possible. Natural white Hanadama are Pearl Science Laboratory certified Hanadama pearls, with the added twist of being completely untreated.
Nearly all Akoya pearls are treated to some degree, but these natural white Hanadama are natural in color. That means no bleaching, no treatments and no enhancements. To say these pearls are merely rare, would border on malpractice.
These are quite possibly the highest quality and rarest pearls available, period.