Black Tahitian Pearl and Diamond Jewelry
Pulsates with "I Love You"

Black Tahitian pearl and diamond jewelry -- the perfect gift!

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Looking for ways to say, "I love you"? Well, you've just found the best way...with these gorgeous fine black pearls and diamonds on 18K white gold....a union of perfection for that perfect someone in your life.

Or....for yourself. Isn't it time you rewarded yourself for a change? You'll cherish these earrings and necklaces for a lifetime...actually, more than just your life, because they will hold their beauty and value for generations. You'll have marvelous heirlooms to pass on to your daughter, daughter-in-law, granddaughter....anyone you love.

Every woman loves pearls!

Tahitian Pearl Earrings
Tahitian Pearl Earrings with Fifty-Six Diamonds

11-12mm Drop Tahitian Black Pearls
56 Diamonds
Total Carat Weight of Diamonds: 0.67
18K White Gold

Sorry, this style is no longer available.

What makes black pearls so sought after? Some say it’s their rarity, thickness, size and especially their “orient,” or the reflection of light beneath the surface.

Colors range from silver gray, obsidian, even white and green, (peacocks) which Wan raises in the cooler waters of the Gambier Islands to the south of the Tuamotu Archipelago.

On July 12, 2001, a standardized grading system was set in place for Tahitian pearls as follows:

A--very good luster, with one visible flaw at most, distributed over less than 10% of the surface.

B--good luster, has some slight flaws visible to the naked eye, and distributed on not more than 30% of the surface.

C--medium luster, several slight flaws visible to the naked eye, over not more than 60% of the surface.

D--either has a large amount of slight flaws over 60% of the surface at most, or several slight and deep flaws over 60% of the surface at most, regardless of luster.

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