Pearl Care & Additional Information

Pearl Care & Additional Information

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Pearl Jewelry Care

Wiping the pearls with a damp, soft cloth after you wear them will ensure that they remain free of harmful build-up of compounds that may damage the nacre of your pearls.  This item is electroplated with rhodium or finished with an e-coating. These finishes may wear off with frequent use. 

All our pearls are 100% Real Pearl, no color dyed. Due to the nature of pearls, no two pearls are alike, pearls come in variety of color, shape and overtone.  Flaws like irregularities, birthmarks, dimples, pits, surface imperfections may appear on your jewelry piece due to mother natures unavoidable signature mark of imperfection, if you’re not looking for perfection but rather one-of-a-kind pearls, most of these blemishes will give your jewelry a unique and artistic flair.  All photos in this listing is representing the actual piece of jewelry, no photos are edited.

Freshwater Pearl
Freshwater pearls generally have a bodycolor of white, cream, yellow, orange, pink or purple. These subtle pastel colors are unique to the freshwater variety. In addition, they often have an overtone of pink, blue and green, and can sometimes display beautiful orient, especially in the case of irregular baroque shapes. Color terms such as “apricot”, “peach”, “lavender” are often used to vividly describe these gems. 

Akoya Pearl
Akoya pearls, the first cultured pearl production pioneered by Mikimoto Kōkichi, range from white, silvery blue-grey, cream to yellow. They often exhibit a delicate pink, green or blue overtone.

Tahitian Pearl
Tahitian cultured pearl or black pearls, don’t just come in the colors of black and grey. In fact, they have an exotic array of deep shades including aubergine, peacock, black, brown, purple and many more in between. Their overtone can be pink, green and blue. 

South Sea Pearl Color
South Sea Pearls, indigenous to the warm waters of northern Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Burma, have a natural bodycolor of white, cream, champagne, and golden. Although the silver-lipped species mainly yield white to silver South Sea pearls, and the gold-lipped variety produces mostly yellow to golden colored gems, both types can have either color. In addition to their bodycolor, South Sea pearls can also display various overtones including pink, green and blue.


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