Loose pearls

Mihiarii Pearls tahitian loose pearls

Tahitian black pearl is appreciated all over the world and this is well deserved. However, in regard with his name, Tahitian black pearls are rarely black and they come not from Tahiti but from other islands and atolls in French Polynesia, in particular from Tuamotu-Gambier archipelago.

Each tahitian pearl is unique. The shape, the size, the surface, the luster and the color vary depending on different factors. This allows a wide variety of pearls. Here is a summary of some of these variations:

Here in French Polynesia, we often use a pearl system classification (A-D) with five categories :

For more information regarding tahitian pearls properties and grading system, you may visit the following link: Grading systems.

In order to help you finding your pearls, we offer peerings. We already have selected a number of pearls for necklaces or earrings. All you need to do is choose your setting.

We are also selling keshi pearls. They are non-nucleated pearls and present a wide range of shape and size.

Finally, you will find engraved pearls with polynesian motif in our shops.

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Round and semi-round tahitian pearls (Tamanu)
Round and semi-round tahitian pearls (Tamanu)
Round and semi-round tahitian pearls (Tamanu)
Semi-baroque and circled tahitian pearls (Kahaia)
Semi-baroque and circled tahitian pearls (Kahaia)
Semi-baroque and circled tahitian pearls (Kahaia)
Engraved tahitian pearls with polynesian pattern (Tepoe)
Engraved tahitian pearls with polynesian pattern (Tepoe)
Engraved tahitian pearls with polynesian pattern (Tepoe)
Semi-baroque and circled tahitian pearls (Tipanier)
Semi-baroque and circled tahitian pearls (Tipanier)
Semi-baroque and circled tahitian pearls (Tipanier)
Keishis (Kere Haari)
Keishis (Kere Haari)
Keishis (Kere Haari)
Peerings for earrings
Peerings for earrings
Peerings for earrings