‘Ancient skills passed down through generations combined with beautiful Pearls’
Regent Pearls is proud to show off the unique craftsmanship and beauty of the Dampier Peninsula, WA with these rare pieces.
Bush String and Pearl Bracelet
These incredibly rare bracelets combine handmade bush string and an Australian South Sea Pearl.
The string was made by Aboriginal elders from the Dampier Peninsula using local Mangrove plants. The string is made using traditional weaving techniques passed on from generation to generation. The string is dyed using the bark of local plants native to the Dampier Peninsula and the string is completed with 18ct Gold Chenier Clasps.
The 13.5mm Pearls are from the Arrow Pearl Farm near Beagle Bay on the Dampier Peninsula. These beautiful Pearls are near round in shape, white in colour with excellent lustre and complexion.
To view these bracelets, click here: String Bracelet
Leather and Pearl Necklace
Similar to the bracelets above, these Necklaces are hand made using techniques from the Dampier Peninsula. The necklace are made from local Kangaroo leather formed and dyed using traditional methods. They are completed with Sterling Silver Chenier and Clasp.
They feature 12-13mm Australian South Sea Pearls from the Arrow Pearl Farm.
To view these bracelets, click here: Leather Necklace
Ochre and Pearl earrings
These extremely rare earrings are made from local Dampier Peninsula Ochre and Pearls.
Steve Arrow, owner of Arrow Pearl Company with local Aboriginal elders scoured the area around Beagle Bay to find the perfect coloured ochre rocks. The ochre was then ground down and set in resin to form the earrings. The Pearls, also from Beagle Bay, are the perfect compliment to such a unique set of earrings.
To view these bracelets, click here: Ochre Earrings
To learn more about Arrow Pearls, Click here: Arrow Pearl Company