The Octopus He'e necklace

$9,900 USD

Only 1 piece in stock!

The He'e necklace is a tribute to Tahitian pearls and the Polynesian world where they are born. At the center of the Polynesian mythology is the He'e or Octopus, symbol of Kanaloa the god of the underworld and a teacher of magic... Octopuses are super intelligent, cool looking and their arms basically have a mind of their own ... the He'e necklace bears 63 pearls enhanced by 7 gold tentacles wrapping around lustrous baroque and a gold tentatoggle...

# pearls: 63

Shape: baroque 

Graduated Sizes : 12-15 mm

Color: natural Tahitian grey with  classic Tahitian overtones

Grade: A-B= pearls with very light or no blemishes

Luster: excellent

Strand Length: 37''/92.5cm

Setting type: Pearls are strung on black silk

Ships from the US.

 

Most of the products for sale are in-stock. However, due to the “hand-made” nature of our products, some require longer delivery times. Please allow 2 weeks from the time of purchase unless otherwise specified.

Thank you so much for all your business!

Pearls Black Market is committed to the principles of Fair Trade with producers, from whom we buy the pearls, as well as with our creative artisans of jewelry.

Fair Trade is part of the international strategy of sustainable development ensuring economic and social progress for producers of Tahitian pearls. Workers of Polynesian pearl farms are protected by strict labor laws, unlike many competing products generally imported from Asia often taken from sites ignoring working and environmental conditions.

A trading partnership, based on dialog, transparency and respect, whose objective is to achieve greater equity in world trade. It contributes to sustainable development  by offering better trading conditions and guaranteeing the rights of marginalized producers and workers in Tahiti.

In addition, production of Polynesian pearls allows native islanders to remain on their islands of origin and find a job and maintain resourceful communities.

Tahitian pearls are a true product of fair trade and sustainable  development versus industrial produced fresh water pearls often artificially colored  that are confusing the market and fooling  the profane customers.

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