These dreamy salt water pearls are found in the pristine waters of French Polynesia. Considered one of the more precious kind of pearl on the market, some of these cultured beauties go for big bucks depending on their size and grade. Their color ranges from silvery grays, dark near blacks, greenish luster called peacock, more purplish eggplant, white, and even multi-colors in one pearl. Hawaiian waters had never been successful in culturing pearls so they adopted the Tahitian pearl to be the Hawaiian Islands' pearl of choice as you can see many of the local women wearing their version of the pearl. Each one is so unique in both shape and color. They're a must for any jewelry collection.