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Welcome to the South Sea Pearl Store where you can purchase loose baroque pearls at wholesale prices. We also stock loose golden south sea pearls and loose dark Tahitian pearls within our extensive pearl inventory. South Sea Pearl Store has been in operation since 2003 and in this time we have supplied pearls to customers from all over the world. Countries that we have supplied to include Asia, Australia, New Zealand, Europe, United Kingdom as well as the United States. For more information about South Sea Pearl Store please refer to the About page on this website.

Bulk South Sea Baroque Pearls
Bulk South Sea Baroque Pearls

Here at the South Sea Pearl Store we specialize in loose south sea pearls that we export to our customers around the world. We acquire our pearls through our direct association with several leading international pearl cultivators which enable us to provide the highest quality pearls at competitive wholesale prices.

Wholesale Loose South Sea Baroque Pearls
Wholesale Loose South Sea Baroque Pearls

South sea baroque pearls range in shades from light silver white to a deep gold or silver colour. Baroques make up less than 5% of a pearl harvest therefore making them much more rare than round pearls. The baroque shape can be extremely abstract and each pearl has its own unique beauty.

Loose South Sea Baroque Pearls
Loose South Sea Baroque Pearls

As no two baroques are the same it can be challenging to match pearls with a similar size, shape and colour. Pearls are priced according to their size with the larger pearls from 15mm to 25mm commanding quite high prices. Medium size pearls from 10mm to 14mm are more common than the larger sizes and less expensive.

South Sea Baroque Pearls
South Sea Baroque Pearls

Our Pearls are guaranteed untreated and uncoated and are not artificially enhanced in anyway. This means that the pearl surface is far more robust being 100% natural nacre with no resin or lacquer coatings which can scratch of tarnish over time. Our pearls will still look as beautiful in 100 years as they do today.

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