Pearls are one of the oldest and most coveted precious gemstones in the world – and wild, natural pearls today regularly rank among the most highly valued gems you can buy. The history of pearls being used as jewelry stretches back over 6,000 years – and with that kind of staying power, it’s no wonder that everyone from royalty to celebrities and collectors has yearned to own them, regardless of price.
Keep reading to reveal the Top 10 Most Expensive Pearl Necklaces in the World.
We're excited to be rolling out some new pearl and diamond jewelry designs that we think you'll love, like our new "Trinity" Tahitian pearl and diamond pendant and stud earring set; perfect for everyday glamour!
Come view the collection here:
These exotic Tahitian pearls hail from the warm tropical atolls of Tuamotu and Gambier Islands, part of French Polynesia. Each pearl in this strand was grown for at least two seasons (minimum of 18-24 months). While most "discount" strands are only grown one season. The extra time in the water is what gives these pearls exceptionally thick nacre and a deep three-dimensional luster.
Because of our founder's direct contacts in French Polynesia, we're able to offer this strand of pearls for 1/5th the price of traditional luxury retailers -- without sacrificing quality, luster or color.
This strand is a Multi-Color Tahitian, with a mix of light and dark body colors with peacock, dark peacock, blue and silver overtones. The pearls have very high luster and very, very light blemishing.