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Introduction to Pearls

A Consumerís Guide to Pearl Jewelry

Intro and Cultivation

Close your eyes for a moment, and imagine that you are in water, soft caressing live filled water. Safely you are there and have the ability to breath under the water. As you glide through the water, and take in its beauty, the sights of such beautiful creatures and vegetations invigorate you. You are comforted as the water satins over your body, and you swim. Swimming along enjoying the environment, even as watching whilst underwater life takes stock, phenomenal illustriousness impresses your eyes. Motivated by curiosity you dive to the base, as this underwater creation is so brilliant in its warm throbbing glow, you feel drawn to be acquainted with this peculiar entity. Along the bottom, you spy the mollusk that has served its purpose, as it holds the distinction of which caught your gaze, and you waffen nearer. There lies before you is the most stunning and suave color pearl. You reach for the pearl. Read More


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Color and Luster

Pearls are more often than not white, occasionally with creamy or pinkish shades of color, pearls may also be found colored with yellow, green, blue, purple, brown, or black shades. Pearls of the South Seas are distinguished by their largeness of size and silken silvery color. Pearls created in freshwater have the character of their reflection of the colors of the rainbow in their luster. Normally, natural pearls are found in an array of colors such as bronze, cream, pale pink and light lavender, as well as gray, off-white shades. There are occurrences of the rarity of color of coral pearls found. While shopping for fine pearl jewelry important to find a color that is distributed evenly and luxuriantly over the pearl. When the surface blemishes are in a bare minimum, a pearl is considered of much worth and valuable charm. Read More

Shape, Size, and Care

The occurrence of pearls are of eight fundamental shapes, which are round, semi-round, button, drop shape, pear, oval, baroque, and ringed shape. Read More




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