Discover the Wonders of Natures Organic Gemstone Pearls

Learn About Pearls
Learn About Pearls

There comes in a time when your mother or grandmother gives you a strand of her pearls. This is a sentimental moment in your life no matter how old you are. Pearls have long been considered valuable all over the world. They can dress up a pair of jeans and a tee shirt or be the perfect accessory for your bridal jewelry suite or your wedding parties ensemble. Notable athletes have started a trend in which ANYONE can wear pearls

  • Akoya Pearls
  • Freshwater Pearls
  • South Sea Pearls
  • Tahitian Pearls

Akoya pearls are a product of Japanese pearl farms. The quality of this pearl is very high and is commonly used in earrings and necklaces. These pearls are white in color with pink overtone. As Akoya pearls are of high quality they are finished with 14k or 18k yellow gold or white gold clasps. Akoya pearls may look similar to Freshwater pearls but when compared closely the difference is visible. These kinds of pearls are smooth, large and round in shape and have a deeper nacre with more luster than Freshwater pearls.

  • Akoya Pearls
  • Freshwater Pearls
  • South Sea Pearls
  • Tahitian Pearls
Akoya pearls are a product of Japanese pearl farms. The quality of this pearl is very high and is commonly used in earrings and necklaces. These pearls are white in color with pink overtone. As Akoya pearls are of high quality they are finished with 14k or 18k yellow gold or white gold clasps. Akoya pearls may look similar to Freshwater pearls but when compared closely the difference is visible. These kinds of pearls are smooth, large and round in shape and have a deeper nacre with more luster than Freshwater pearls.
Akoya Pearls
  • Akoya Pearls
    Akoya pearls are a product of Japanese pearl farms. The quality of this pearl is very high and is commonly used in earrings and necklaces. These pearls are white in color with pink overtone. As Akoya pearls are of high quality they are finished with 14k or 18k yellow gold or white gold clasps. Akoya pearls may look similar to Freshwater pearls but when compared closely the difference is visible. These kinds of pearls are smooth, large and round in shape and have a deeper nacre with more luster than Freshwater pearls.
    Akoya Pearls
  • Freshwater Pearls
    Freshwater pearls possess high lustrous quality and are available at affordable prices. These pearls are grown inside mollusks naturally occurring in bays, lakes and rivers. Generally the freshwater pearls come from USA, China and Japan. Did you know that a single mollusk has the ability to produce fifty pieces of pearls? But the most important thing which you must consider is the quality of pearl.
    You can find freshwater pearls in wide variety of natural shades with the white color being the most traditional and classic. The best part is that the jewelry designed from freshwater pearls can complement any outfit. Today there are many people who love to wear freshwater pearls and the reason of its popularity is its natural beauty and lustrous appeal. It is one of most cherished natural gemstones.
    Freshwater Pearls
  • South Sea Pearls
    If you are looking for a perfect piece of jewelry that you can cherish for years to come then south sea pearls are the perfect option for you. These pearls are also known as cultured South Sea pearls. These are beautiful jewels that will never lose their shine and luster. South sea pearls are the perfect gift for any occasion. You can find these pearls in different colors and sizes and the best part is that it can complement any outfit. It is also a perfect gift for bridesmaids so that everyone is completely coordinated.
    South sea pearls come from Indonesia, Myanmar and Australia. They come from the pearl mussel or pearl oyster. Generally the pearl is created when foreign matter enters the shell. The foreign matter causes an irritation which leads to the development of the pearl, and because of the sensitivity and rarity of this type of oyster cultivation, south sea pearls are little difficult to grown and harvest, making them rare and expensive.
    South Sea Pearls
  • Tahitian Pearls
    Tahitian pearls are also known as black pearls and are one of the most unique and exotic gemstones in the market. These pearls are known as black pearls because of their dark color but you can find Tahitian pearl color range from silver white to gunmetal grey and many more exotic colors which include peacock, baroque green and chocolate. This exotic pearl was developed by Jean-Marie Dormand in 1961, a Frenchmen who is responsible for marine resources in French Polynesia. After being discovered the demand of this stone has increased day by day. These pearls are perfect for earrings, pendants, bracelets and necklaces.
    Tahitian pearls come from black-lip oysters which are known as Pinctada Margaritifera. These oysters are very small and sensitive for the pearl culturing process and this makes the pearl costly. If you are looking for a unique and extraordinary gift then Tahitian cultured pearls are the perfect gift.
    Tahitian Pearls
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