I guess I'm a design snob, so I better own it. What turns me off most about all the sites are the outdated designs. That doesn't inspire confidence in an online business. It just seems if you can afford to carry merchandise in that price range, you can afford to hire someone to make a website that showcases it.
There are some pieces on the sites with estate jewelry that look lovely, but I'm not getting a sense of a lot of age to all of them. Some are marriages of old and new pieces and some look like they could be replicas or vintage inspired. Some also look modern and brand new, but since the necklace you bought at the mall yesterday is now part of your estate, the "estate" label is misleading, but not dishonest. The seller does have excellent feedback on eBay.
I know very little about South Sea and Tahitian pearls, so I'd be interested in what others have to say about the quality/authenticity of those pearls.
Actually, I bet the responses to magstar's post have caused an increase in traffic to Divina Pearls today.