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WIN A Pearls Of Australia Pendant Worth Over $1000

We’ve teamed up with Pearls of Australia to offer one lucky reader the chance to win a beautiful Kimberley Lily Twin Pendant. Anchored with pearls, this elegant piece is the embodiment of the Western Coast’s Cygnet Bay.

Pairing sustainably sourced, Australian-grown pearls together with elegantly crafted jewellery designs, each piece by Pearls of Australia is artfully crafted. Sourced from Pearls of Australia’s base, Cygnet Bay, in the Kimberley, Western Australia, a visit to their pearl farm at the tip of the Dampier Peninsula is truly a one-of-a-kind experience. Here, you’ll discover the epic story of the Australian pearl from its Indigenous beginnings through to the four generations of the Brown family who have been pearling and living in Cygnet Bay since 1946.

And so to the prize itself. Pearls of Australia’s ‘Kimberley Lily collection draws its inspiration from the stunning natural lily varieties found throughout the rugged Kimberley region of Northern West Australia.’ The region has one of the single most impressive ranges of native lilies in the world, with over 3,500 varieties recorded’. Exclusively designed for Cygnet Bay Pearls, ‘each and every Kimberley Lily is set with lustrous pearls direct from the pristine waters at Cygnet Bay. Pearls are hand-selected and cupped preciously in the gold of Kimberley Lily.

What does the prize include?

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‘In 2018, Pearls of Australia was born, with a grand mission to stand at the forefront of a small group of dedicated pearl farmers, marine biologists, and scientific researchers who aim to transform an industry affected by climate change and market shifts, by way of a deep seeded dedication to quality and provenance.’

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