Fiji pearls As in the waters surrounding Tahiti, pearls are also cultivated in the mollusc Pinctada margaritifera around the islands of Fiji. Water flows, content of plankton and water temperature differs from Tahiti to Fiji though. As a benefit from this, Fiji pearls show the most amazing nuances from yellowish-green to brown and charcoal-black.
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Tahiti pearls 90 per cent of all black cultured pearls are cultivated around the waters of Tahiti. This is where the natural black pearls gets its colour. The mollusc used is called Pinctada margaritifera, also known as black-lip. The pearls are called Tahitian pearls.
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Photograph of shell - try it out next time at the beach.