Natural Pearls From the Japanese  Akoya Oyster

The Pearl Exporting Company

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FANCY COLOR TAHITIAN PEARLS

Various undertones and overtones of green, pink, blue, silver and yellow as well as traditional colors.

JAPANESE KESHI AND SAPPHIRE

Woven Japanese Akoya keshi with multi-color sapphires.

SOUTH SEA PEARLS

Currently cultured primarily in Australia, the Philippines, Indonesia and Myanmar.

TAHITIAN PEARLS

South Sea keshi

We at Pearl Exporting believe in the beauty of our products. We combine the natural beauty of exotic Japanese Akoya saltwater keshi with the sparkle and sensuality of sapphires, diamonds and many other rare stones.

Besides being beautiful, each of our designs communicates a message. Designing with Japanese Akoya keshi is a challenge because not every gem is perfect; in fact, the beauty is found in their very uniqueness and in their imperfections.


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Because of their small size, Japanese Akoya keshi can be very difficult to string, but our company has perfected the art of drilling and stringing over our four decades of commitment to craftsmanship and quality. In fact, we are the only company worldwide that meticulously designs and strings these uniquely small pearls to perfection. With exact attention to detail and more than fifty years of experience, each piece has been designed by skilled artisans to the very highest of standards.

To explain what Japanese Akoya Keshi Pearls are, one must start by explaining what they are not:  Keshi aren't found in large quantities and are an extremely rare form of pearl. Discerning jewelers and customers know that Keshi aren't freshwater pearls, which are harvested by the ton. Yet in the marketplace, many dealers are inaccurately referring to Chinese freshwater pearls as "Keshi". In fact, true Japanese Keshi pearls are from the Japanese Akoya Oyster found only in the Sea of Japan.

Japanese Akoya Keshi Strands Saltwater keshi pearls

JAPANESE AKOYA KESHI

  1.  Many Shapes Colors & Sizes
  2.  Very Rare Product
  3.  All Saltwater Pearls
  4.  Formed Naturally