If you have ever looked at Tahitian Pearls stud earrings in the past, then you are most likely very familiar with their gorgeous base tones of blacks and grays. - But, as you know, the colors don’t stop there! These incredible base tones are paired with even more incredible iridescent and metallic overtones such as purple, eggplant, turquoise, peacock, blue, green - and many more. You can imagine that when these shades collide that they make for an absolutely exquisite pairing of colors.
Pretty much no matter what someone is wearing, an outfit can suddenly be made to look very intentional and fashion forward with the right accessories. Pearl stud earrings are a fantastic way to instantly dress up an outfit and they add just the right amount of elegance. While many women automatically default to traditional Akoya white pearl studs - there is a wide array of options in incredible colors, shapes and sizes that most women are never even made aware of. Let us introduce you to the beautiful metallic world of Tahitian Pearl Studs.
Here is a stunning example of a few of the shades that Tahitian Pearls are famous for:
Of the three types of saltwater pearls, Tahitian Pearls could be considered to be of medium size. Typically, Tahitian Pearls range from 8mm (on the small side) to 16mm on the larger side. On our website, you will see a vast selection of Tahitian Keshi Pearl Studs. These are most often less than 8mm in size. If you are not familiar with Keshi Pearls, we have lots of information about them on our website and blog. Ultimately, Keshi Pearls are pearls that have no nucleus and as a result tend to be smaller in size. As a result, you will see Tahitian Keshi Pearls on our website as small as 3mm in size. Don’t let the wide range of sizes confuse you, just know that any size less than 8mm is most likely a Keshi Pearl.
At Seven Seas Pearls we have taken great effort to display the exact pearl piece that you will be receiving. Most online jewelers will showcase a certain piece and when that piece is ordered, send an item that is similar. While this is certainly an acceptable way of doing things, we feel that every pearl is unique and therefore one picture cannot do justice to the unique beauty of pearls that are similar. We invite you to tour our website and if you are local to the Los Angeles area, we would love for you to stop by our showroom. If you are looking for a specific color, size and shape to match an existing Tahitian Pearl piece, we recommend giving us a call. We would be happy to custom match a pearl piece for you at no extra charge.