American Pearl Announces Rare, Peacock-Colored Tahitian Pearl Necklaces

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American Pearl adds peacock-colored Tahitian pearl necklaces to their online collection.

The exotic island of Tahiti is known for many things: luxury resorts, white sand beaches, turquoise waters, and black Tahitian pearls. Each year, thousands of pearl aficionados patiently await the Tahitian pearl harvest. They know that some annual offerings yield more visually stunning pearls than other years. American Pearl is pleased to report that this annual Tahitian pearl season is a pearl collector's dream. The famed Manhattan Diamond District pearl distributor is one of a few distinguished gem retailers granted access to this year's rare, peacock-colored Tahitian pearls.

“American Pearl's Tahitian peacock-colored pearls are the finest in the world because they are chosen first from the largest selection of pearl harvests available in Tahiti,” according to the company. While most Tahitian pearl harvests produce black pearls with hints of gray, aubergine and green highlights, this year's bounty stunned everyone with the addition of subtle rose hues. American Pearl designers quickly realized that this magnificent color combination worked best when made into necklaces. These rare, peacock-colored Tahitian pearl necklaces cast a deep, extraordinary rainbow of colors around the neck of the wearer. The necklaces are available in a variety of styles.

More information about American Pearl's exclusive peacock-colored Tahitian pearl necklaces can be found on the company's website or at its New York City showroom.

About American Pearl
In business since 1950, American Pearl has become synonymous with unsurpassed pearl jewelry designs. Always a leading innovator and trend setter, American Pearls unwavering commitment to providing the absolute best pearls at the absolute best prices has consistently put them in the forefront of the pearl jewelry business for over half a century.

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