Conch pearls are produced naturally by the queen conch mollusk, found in the Caribbean. Most are elongated or baroque in shape; near-round specimens are extremely rare. The finest examples often exhibit a “flame-like structure” that’s visible to the naked eye. Conch pearls come in a variety of colors, ranging from pink to white to brownish, though pink is the most common.
Tassell is composed of seed pearls capped with three pink conch pearls and various multicolored natural pearls. On a surmount composed of a natural white pearl suspended by diamond beads and set in platinum.
• Diamonds Beads 6.56 ctw.
• Diamonds 4.55 ctw.