Australian South Sea Pearls
  • From Seabed to Store

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    Sourced from the pristine oceans off Australia's north-west coastline, wild Pinctada maxima oysters are carefully cultivated to produce the rarest and most valuable pearls in the world.

    Australian South Sea pearls require no processing or enhancement to reveal their beauty and are a favoured choice of luxury jewellery houses around the world.

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  • Formation of a Natural Pearl

    • Formation of a Natural Pearl - Duration: 55 seconds.

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      Over time, a pearl forms as the oyster surrounds the nucleus with thousands of layers of nacre. The process can take several years and only 1 in 10,000 wild oysters produces a pearl of quality.

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  • Environment

    • Environment - Duration: 16 seconds.

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      We have long understood that a pearl's beauty and quality is directly influenced by the waters in which it grows.

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    The National Geographic Channel interviews the Executive Director of Paspaley Pearling Company, Peter Bracher before the premiere of the documentary "Secret Life of Pearls".
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