Tahitian Keshi Pearl 14K Gold Earrings

Regular price$180.00

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Simplicity and elegance have never made such a perfect combination. A beautiful pair of Tahitian keshi pearls and elegant 14K yellow gold settings. The pearls will pair perfectly with one of our elegant white freshwater pearl bracelets or necklaces.
  • Metal: 14K yellow gold
  • Stones: Tahitian keshi pearls
  • Color: black - green
  • Shape: keshi
  • Size: +/- 7-8
  • Screwed clasps
  • Each pair is unique

The official definition of a keshi
The Tahitian keshi is a cultured pearl without nuclei, of natural color, entirely formed of nacreous layers coming from the process of biomineralization of the pearl sac, formed from the epithelial cells of the graft, a piece of the mantle taken from a donor mollusc, originating from of French Polynesia. This graft is, after human intervention, either introduced alone into a pearl oyster carrying the species Pinctada margaritifera variety cumingii raised in French Polynesia, or introduced with a nucleus which will be expelled from the pearl pouch (gonad) or which will find itself isolated from the graft during movement inside the pearl pocket of the recipient pearl oyster.

Regional and National | Canada

  • Standard | 3-9 days | $11.99
    (free from $99 purchase)
  • Accelerated | 3-7 days | $15.99
  • Priority | 1-3 days | $29.99

United States | USA

  • USA Standard | 6-14 days | $19.99 USD (free from $99 USD purchase)
  • Accelerated USA | 4-8 days | 39.99S ​​USD


  • StandardFRANCE | 10-20 days | 19.99$ EUR (free from 99$ EUR purchase)

Rest of the World | International

  • Canada Post Tracked Packet International | 7-15 Days | Prices calculated upon payment
  • Canada Post Xpresspost International | 6-12 Days | Prices calculated upon payment


Option 1
1- Take a paper tape
2- Wrap the tape around your finger, loosely, and mark the tape with a pencil where it overlaps on itself.
3- Measure the size of the ribbon up to your mark (in mm)
4- Refer to the correspondence table here

Option 2
1- You get a plastic ring sizer here

Necklaces & chains

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