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South Sea cultured pearls are considered the queen of cultured pearls.

This is due to two special characteristics: lustre of the highest radiance and the sizes South Sea cultured pearls can reach. They can grow up to 20 mm in size, their value increasing considerably from 15mm upwards. They are cultivated in the Pinctada Maxima pearl oyster.


Their breeding requires the highest water purity, which is only guaranteed far away from human civilisation. Their home is on the deserted coasts of northern Australia, the quiet bays of Indonesia, on the coast of Myanmar, and in the Philippines.


South Sea cultured pearls are particularly sought after in immaculate white. However, they are also in great demand in the finest shades of silver, rosé and blue. A special extravagance are South Sea cultured pearls in shades of gold.

South Sea cultured pearls from Gellner originate from

the following leading pearl farms: Atlas, Sukendi, Paspaley

and Jewelmer. Thanks to our Code of Custody, each pearl

can be traced back precisely to its place and year of origin.

This means that each pearl is not only unique, but also of very

high quality and undoubtedly of the best origin.


Atlas Pearls is an Australian company with pearl farms on the Indonesian islands of Flores, Alor and Waigeo. Here, there are protected biotopes with excellent water and nutrient conditions for the demanding cultivation of South Sea cultured pearls.


Sukendi, an Indonesian family business, cultivates pearls on the Maluku Islands and achieves particularly impressive sizes of 12 mm and more, with its white and champagne-coloured South Sea cultured pearls in sizes of 12 mm and much larger.


Paspaley is one of the world's most important cultured pearl producers from Australia. Their pearls are cultivated in Kimberley, the north-western province of Australia. This is a completely remote region that demands great effort and patience from its people.


We source deep-gold pearls exclusively from the pearl farmer Jewelmer in the Philippines. Their pearls only thrive on the Palawan archipelago in the Philippines, which offers ideal conditions with constantly warm water.

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