Variety and origin of Damiani pearls
Damiani pearls, differentiated by variety and origin, offer a vast and fascinating assortment able to satisfy every woman's taste, expertly matched by the goldsmith's expert hands in creating pearl jewelry with an indefinable brilliance.
Australian pearls, Japanese pearls and Tahitian pearls are the names commonly used to identify the three main varieties, pearls that Damiani carefully selects for its most precious jewels. Australian pearls, famous for their size, which can exceed 20 mm in diameter, grow along the Australian coasts, Indonesian archipelago and Myanmar. The shades of colour vary from vanilla to silver grey and rosy white.
Japanese pearls are best known and most sold worldwide in addition to being among the most beautiful, their luminosity being the result of natural iridescence. They are generally between 2 and 10 mm, and the colour range includes grey, pink, vanilla, gold and green. Tahitian pearls grow in the Polynesian archipelago and are famous for their beauty and colours ranging from light grey to intense black, with shades in tones of green, blue or brown. They are generally between 9 and 18 mm.