People already complained about high prices in this shop. There have a story behind these prices: black pearls from Seychelles that you can buy only from them. Even then it is not clear why these pearls are more expensive than those from Tahiti which are sold in other stores in Seychelles.
We bought a set anyway: ear rings and a pendant and were willing to buy more. Unfortunately, the sales manager did not want us to do that as the time was 10 minutes to 4 p.m. and they are closed at 4. Apparently, she is not motivated to sell being on flat salary - I think, it is a big mistake of the owners if it is a for-profit business with prices above average.
As for good investment mentioned in another review, I don't think so. Unless we are talking about high qulaity diamonds, non professional players will hardly be able to sell their stuff at the price they bought - no liquid secondary market for black pearls. Then buying a black pearl necklace for 15 thousand euros in this shop you just buy the beautiful story that they showed you on TV in the next room.
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