Pearls have, over the ages, been a symbol of timeless, serene and understated elegance, which no other gem has been able to match. Pearls have adorned the necks, wrists, fingers, ears, toes and heads of royalty, and have been the aspiration of common folk throughout human history.
The alluring beauty of pearls has now become accessible as never before to women (and men) from all walks of life. This is because the formation of pearls with human intervention is happening at a pace and in qualities and quantities that were beyond imagination before. The art of farming pearls is becoming more sophisticated every day, resulting into incredible beauties in not only a shorter span of time, but also having nacre almost as thick as the pearl itself.
Harmony Pearls is an effort to bring to the world the enduring and simple grace of freshwater cultured pearls. At Harmony Pearls, we believe that pearl jewelers, pearl stringers, pearl dealers and pearl lovers all deserve to have access to the quality of pearls that they desire at prices that they can afford.
Harmony Pearls, being located in China, the freshwater pearl country, specializes in providing pearls of all sizes, shapes and colors, either on strands (semi-finished necklaces) or in the form of loose un-drilled pearls by weight depending on the requirement, to all constituents of the pearl community, regardless of their geographical location in the world. We hope we can save you trips to China, by sending you exactly what you need from here.
We source our pearls directly from pearl farms and factories and operate without any middlemen or agents, thereby securing substantial cost savings, which we can then pass on to our buyers. We believe in providing quality freshwater pearls at reasonable prices, time after time.
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