One of nature’s most perfect forms includes the pearl. Pearls have been long associated with eternal beauty and timeless design. Fine pearls are considered unique, their quality determined by their lustre, surface, colour, shape and size. These five virtues affect the appearance and value of a pearl.
Temelli creates pearl jewellery ranging from classic pearl strands, pendants, earrings and bracelets, to more elaborate pearl and diamond creations. Connoisseurs will appreciate the unique Temelli designs that feature lustrous and beautiful pearls.
Temelli Jewellery sources a range of various types of pearl. The Akoya pearls are known for their roundness and lustre, always a classical choice. The majestic South Sea pearls from the Australian and Indonesian waters boast the most impressive size and come in a range of warm tones including white, cream, yellow and the luscious champagne and golden colours. The Tahitian pearls are exotic in nature, cultivated in impressive sizes ranging in dark colours such as black, grey, bronze and deep purple. These pearls are cultivated in impressive sizes. The fresh water pearls are quite common and are an affordable range of pearls available in various sizes and colours including white, grey, pink and peach. Lastly the Mabe pearl consists of half pearls that provide a large pearl surface at a fraction of the price of a round pearl.