Classic white pearls are just that: timeless, tailored and traditional. While white pearls certainly have their place in your jewelry repertoire, there are other pearl tones out there just as deserving and every bit as alluring.
Enter: Black pearls, mysterious gems that have captivated collectors and jewelry wearers for centuries. But what exactly are black pearls? And are they actually real pearls? In actuality, black pearls are real — but they’re not truly black. The name is a bit misleading, because these coveted pearl types radiate other deep tones, including dark green, magenta, burgundy, gray, blue, and silver.
Each of these handcrafted pieces from Coffin & Trout Fine Jewellers features Tahitian pearls, which originate from French Polynesia.