If you are hoping to dress up your pearls with a fancy clasp or earring setting, you have arrived at the right place. Here you will find all the clasps and findings that we carry in our usual inventory. However, if you do not see the exact piece you are hoping for, just ask. We may have it in stock.
Unlike the vast majority of pearl companies that sell directly to the public, we do not deal with any US based wholesalers, which sell finished pearl jewelry to retailers. Everything we sell is hand-made in our Los Angeles office. Therefore, we have a huge selection of loose pearls. They are perfect for someone wanting to create their own piece, or simply looking for a lovely keepsake.
For a very inexpensive keepsake, consider a loose freshwater pearl. These genuine pearls start at only $5 each. We offer a range of different natural colors and shapes. Your loose freshwater pearl will be delivered in a small jewelry box, which makes a beautiful presentation.
If you are searching for more of a classic keepsake, consider our loose akoya pearls. Akoya pearls are the classic variety of pearl, the first to be commercially produced in the early 1900’s. Except in the case of our natural-color, freeform baroque loose akoya pearls, every pearl is perfectly round with brilliant luster and shine.
Tahitian pearls are, in our opinion, the most exotic of all pearls produced today. They are often referred to as black pearls, but in reality, Tahitian pearls occur in nearly every color under the rainbow. A loose Tahitian pearl makes a wonderful gift, and can be used to create a beautiful, exotic piece of jewelry.
For the rarest and most valuable selection, consider our loose South Sea pearls. We carry loose white South Sea pearls from Australia, and loose golden South Sea pearls from the Philippines and Indonesia. These are the largest varieties of pearls produced today, growing in the famous South Sea pearl oyster.
If it is a custom-length necklace you are looking for, we offer pearls by the inch. Any length is possible, from 12 inches for an infant, to 200 inches for a red-carpet look.