ONE OF A KIND
Charlotte Tahitian Keshi Pearl Cameo Ring
A tranquil 18k gold Lady emerges with grace from a Tahitian Keshi pearl in this handmade, one-of-a-kind Cameo ring. The ring's slender band offsets the organic silhouette of the argent pearl—these contrasting shapes enhance the Lady's hand-carved features.
Tahitian Keshi pearl Cameo ring. Available in 18k gold. Approximately 9x11mm.
RING SIZE: US 7
PAYING IN INSTALLMENTS
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We have partnered with several independent financing companies to provide you with more flexibility and options.
At check out, select either ‘Shop Pay Installments’, ‘Klarna‘, or ‘Afterpay‘ as your payment method to go through the application process. If your application is approved, these companies will allow you to pay in interest-free installments. To learn more about their terms and conditions, please visit their respective websites.
Once you check out with one of these independent financing companies, we will process your order as normal and send the jewelry you ordered when ready. You will continue to work directly with your financing company to make your installment payments. Please note these financing companies are separate from Hannah Blount Jewelry. As a result, we are not responsible for their actions or services.
Note: Depending on your geographic location and total amount due at check-out, only some of these independent financing companies may offer financing services to you.
Please note: ring resizing can add up to 4 weeks to your shipping estimate.
Tahitian Keshi Pearls are formed as a byproduct of (nucleated) cultured pearls. Cultured pearls are formed when an irritant becomes trapped in a mollusk. The mollusk secretes a fluid, called nacre, which coats the irritant layer upon layer until a pearl is formed. Once these pearls are removed from the mollusk, however, it continues to secrete the nacre to fill the void left by the cultured pearl. Since Keshi pearls are formed without a nucleus, their shapes are skewed, organic, and pure nacre. Pearls from Tahiti are beloved for their grey to black hues.
MOHs Hardness: 2.5-4.5
Origins: Saltwater farms in Tahiti
Care: Keep Tahitian Keshi pearls away from chemicals. Contact with cosmetics, oils, acids, etc., can discolor or ruin the texture of pearls. To clean, use warm water with mild soap. Do not use an ultrasonic or steam cleaner. Strands of pearls should not be washed. They should be wiped down with a soft clean cloth before storing. Wetting the silk can cause stretching.