Determine The Quality of Pearl Earrings

Wearing pearl earrings and other jewelry created from this sparkling gem is a fashion that will never go out of style. This gem has been regarded as a precious stone for thousands of years and because of the growing demands, the production of pearls has become big business in many parts of the world.

Perfectly round pearls are very much appreciated. However, even in its perfect round shape, natural pearls will always be more valuable than cultured pearls perfect shape with the same size. There is nothing extraordinary in the formation of a natural pearl that makes it truly worthwhile. You can contact us to buy pearl earrings.

Among the varieties of South Sea, cultured pearls are the most expensive because they are usually larger in size. They farmed in the waters of Indonesia and Australia and are usually grown for six years while others are harvested usually after only three years, so the size difference.

Akoya pearls are the most popular in the market and are mostly grown in the Sea of Japan and China. Akoya oyster is used for the culture and the people in this business have perfected a process that almost all produce perfectly round. This makes them ideal for a pearl necklace which usually requires absolute uniformity in the size of the beads.

High-quality black pearls cultured Tahitian pearls in the market are sold in Tahiti but farmed in French Polynesia. They mostly baroque or imperfect in shape but the scarcity of these pearls can almost compensate for imperfections.

Black freshwater pearls have appeared on the market lately and they rarely come in the form of a perfectly round. They grow in oyster’s freshwater and is mostly known for being shaped like rice so that rice pearl-term, but they can also be entered in the baroque and pear shape.