Sink this Australian South Sea Pearl into your pocket because you are never going to find another pearl like this one-in-a-million cultured pearl anywhere in the world.
The Color of Money is White, Round, Grade A, Good Lustre, and a diameter of, wait for this... 18.93 to 18.99 millimetres! The pearl was chosen by my client's grandfather, a pearl boat contractor and professional skin diver, at the top-end of Australia, around ten years ago, from the pearl farm owner's personal collection. Only VIP's and Friends get to have first pick of the harvest! The sea-waters off the remote northern coast of Australia, from which this Saltwater Cultured Pearl was harvested, is teeming with life.
A few mm bigger is considered priceless. The largest quality south sea pearl in the world is 22 mm. Many people, including the owner says, that with our Ocean beds getting battered, a large pearl of this size & quality, will probably never be found again.
Rivalling even the magnificence of the rarest and largest natural pearls; beauty queens previously unseen iof n the world of all types of pearls combined.
Today, Australia is the main producer of White South Sea Pearls, with an average diameter of 12-14 mm.
This South Sea Queen of Pearls, is the rarest of the rare — with a large, extraordinarily large diameter of 18.93 mm; a rarity even for a South Sea Pearl.
Not only is the gem's size astonishing even by South Sea Pearl standards, but the pearl has also been classified as A-Grade that is the top South Sea Pearl grading. Only 5-10 per cent of South Sea Pearls harvested will be classified as A-Grade pearls while 50% will be classified as C - or commercial grade pearls.
This pearl is perfectly round and smooth and its incomparable white silvery color and size awakens the memory of the noble cue sports. Good cue-action required here, in the current financial crack-up, when trading in pearls makes more sense than trading currencies.
Get behind the cue and line this pearl up on the bed; register your interest by filling in the inquiry form below, because the chance of ever pocketing an Australian South Sea Pearl of this size and quality again are One in a Million.
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