IMPORTANT NOTE: Chain not included. See our chain section for chain options.
The stunning Kimberley Lily pendant, featuring a beautiful Australian South Sea Keshi Pearl from Cygnet Bay in a unique 9ct or 18ct gold design.
This collection draws its inspiration from the stunning natural lily varieties found throughout the rugged and remote Kimberley region of Northern West Australia. Having one of the single most impressive ranges of native lilies in the world, with over 3,500 varieties recorded. A new species of lily was discovered on the 25th of March 2015, and was named Peony Flora.
The Kimberley Lily collection tells a story of a single monsoonal droplet plummeting towards the earth; falling onto a lily pad, the leaf moves to cradle the droplet, this imagery frozen post impact. The bead of water, with its mysterious reflective qualities, appears to the poetic eye as a pearl cupped, in its fall from heaven, could it be a tear from Venus herself?
Our guarantee is simple: every pearl we sell comes from our farms at either Cygnet Bay (WA) or Broken Bay (NSW). The pearls in this necklace are best referred to as an Australian South Sea Pearl, but also colloquially called a Broome Pearl, the precious gift of a Cygnet Bay Pearl captures the spirit of the pristine Kimberley; unspoilt, wild and free, bringing with it genuine beauty and authenticity. You will receive a certificate stating your pearl’s origin, and grade, along with information about your pearl’s setting.
Your Pearls of Australia pearl is not only a pearl from an environmentally sound and sustainable process but also represents a piece of Australia’s pearling heritage
IMPORTANT NOTE: Photo indicative only. Due to the unique nature of Keshi pearls, also known as seedless pearls, every pearl is unique hence the pearl shape will vary from piece to piece. All Keshi pearls used in the Kimberley Lily Collection range from 5-8mm in size.
To discuss the options available please feel free to contact our Pearl Consultants on 08 9192 5402 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org