- Apr 10, 2017
Fresh waters in sky blue sounds beautiful. Any photos by any chance?m
Those look a bit more green than blue - in the photos(which means that the photos may be inaccurate).
These are what I would call blue tahitians.The pair is just about a match for me though the one on the right is a bit greener and lighter. I had a lovely strand of 6.5-7mm blues but they've gone and I can't find a photo.Blues are becoming a little less rare in Tahitians as they become less common in Akoya.Blues are also turning up in freshwater pearls now..a real lovely sky blue which is very like the blue of blue south sea pearls Odd quirks of nature to keep us fascinated
Thank you very much for your thoughts!I think you will find that pearls like that are a special order, you will not find pearls of that quality online. When you go to International Shows and do your research you can find the companies that have access to the absolute top end of the market. Only a small vendor can really afford to make such things available at a reasonable price as they have no real overhead. That said, pearls like the ones Amoline's mum bought are very expensive, even at wholesale you would be looking at thousands. High end Akoya are very pricey. I can't make any recommendation but I'm sure Amoline will be able to steer you in the right directions.