Tahitian Pearl, Boho, Hawaiian, Pearl, Beach, Mermaid

Redondo Beach, California · 31 Sales


Tahitian Pearl, Boho, Hawaiian, Pearl, Beach, Mermaid

Redondo Beach, California 31 Sales On Etsy since 2016

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wendyturtles on Jan 31, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I love my necklace and it’s beautiful. Sofia was very helpful in helping me in what I wanted. The Tahitian pearl is beautiful. Sofia was very patient with me and I am very thankful for the wonderful work. Thank you so much Sofia. I really appreciate your genuine advice and help. Much Mahalo, Wendy 🌺


Ann on Jan 4, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

I can say, without a doubt, that these earrings are the most beautiful thing I've ever owned! The owner did a great job of describing their unique color as pictures really don't do them justice. I received them two days after I placed my order, and as an added bonus they came in this adorable clamshell jewelry box. If I could give more than five stars I would!

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Lynne Latham on Dec 22, 2017

5 out of 5 stars

I'm thrilled with the earrings. They're beautiful in person, flashing copper, pink, blue, gold, and peach. So many color opportunities. Arrived quickly, too. Thanks!

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After returning from a trip to Kauai, I discovered how much I loved Tahitian Pearls. I was drawn to their beauty and instantly became obsessed. I spent years collecting handmade Tahitian pearl necklaces, bracelets, rings, whatever! I decided to set out to bring this love home with me for good but at a much more affordable price.

Each pearl is chosen by me as I design, curate, and photograph each jewelry piece. Sunrise Pearl Jewelry is handcrafted using genuine AA quality Tahitian pearls imported from the crystal clear waters of Tahiti.

I'm thrilled to bring Tahitian pearl jewelry on the mainland, especially near the Southern California beach cities. I'm always looking for retailer shops-local and or long distance. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions and look forward to working with you.


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    Owner, Creator, Designer

    Aloha, I design, curate, and photograph each piece of jewelry-I'm obsessed with Tahitian pearls. I enoy handcrafting modern yet unique designs that go with any outfit.

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Last updated on May 2, 2017
Frequently asked questions

Care instructions

Pearls are sensitive, acid can break down the calcium carbonate of the pearl, ruining its luster and causing long-term damage.

Here are a few helpful tips:

-Take off your pearls when applying cosmetics, hair spray, and perfume, or when swimming, showering, exercising.

-Only use pearl safe jewelry cleaner.

-Don't wear your pearls while cleaning or while using harsh chemicals- bleach, detergent, windex, baking soda etc.

-After wearing your pearls wipe clean with soft cloth, cloth may be dampened. This helps to keep acidic build up low from everyday wear.

Further care instructions and products can be found online.

Gift wrapping and packaging

Jewelry Is Packaged In a Clam Gift Box.
-International Orders are Mailed First Class
-U.S. Orders Are Mailed Priority Mail with Tracking, and Insurance.

What is Argentium Silver?

Argentium silver 935, is a modern sterling silver alloy, containing 93.5% silver. The traditional sterling alloy (92.5% silver + 7.5% copper) is modified by removing some of the copper and adding the metalloid germanium.

What is Gold Filled

Gold-filled is constructed in two or three layers. The core metal is jewelers’ brass. A gold alloy is then bonded to one or both surfaces of the brass core with heat and pressure. Unlike plated (aka electroplated or "dipped") metals, Gold-filled is legally required to contain 5% or 1/20 gold by weight. This 5% is then described by the karatage of the gold alloy. Our Gold-filled items are 14kt gold-filled. 14k Gold-filled products are identified as 14/20 Gold-filled; alternatively, 14kt Gold-Filled is also acceptable.

Edison Pearls?

Edison pearls were first introduced to the market in 2010 by Grace Pearls, a group of pearl cultivating companies situated in Zhuji, a town in the Zhejiang Province in east-central China. Grace Pearls worked closely with Zhejiang University to develop the cultivating process used to create these unique pearls. After five years of research and experimentation, they were finally happy with the results.

Zhan Weijian, president of Grace Pearls, named Edison pearls after Thomas Edison. Mr. Zhan chose the name out of admiration for Thomas Edison, and he is proud of their achievement after 20 years research in pearl farming industry. In an interview, he said that “Edison, for all his intelligence, could not invent pearls or diamonds.”