Cultured pearl necklaces give a polished look to every outfit. Freshwater pearls are the most common type of pearl and therefore are generally the most affordable. Twenty five freshwater pearls can be produced in each oyster during one harvest. Akoya saltwater pearls usually have five to ten pearls per mollusk and Tahitian and South Sea pearls only carry one pearls per harvest. Freshwater pearls come in pale pink, lavender, and white, these tones can provide a magnificent look on any woman’s neckline and complement any skin tone.
Akoya pearls are generally a creamy white, but can be enhanced to a black or emerald color. Tahitian pearls are recognized as “black” pearl, however come in colors ranging from rose, to purple, turquoise, peacock, and silver, just to name a few. Tahitian and South Sea pearls are unique because they are larger sizes than fresh water and Akoya pearls. These pearls start growing at 8mm and only one pearl can be grown per oyster. These pearls create distinctive pieces because of their size, and magnificent luster. One of the great aspects of pearls is that they come in every shape and size you can imagine. There are coin pearls, button pearls, round, oval, baroque, and tear drop shapes, so the possibilities with designing pearl jewelry is endless.
At www.alohapelars.com, we create pearl jewelry in many different designs. You will find every variety, shape, color and size of freshwater pearl necklace. Our pearl strands are strung on silk thread and knotted between each individual pearl for a higher quality necklace, and to ensure no pearls are lost, should the strand break. Our cultured pearl necklaces are seamless lines of gems that compliment the collarbone perfectly. We also pair with precious metals with each type of pearl to bring out their natural beauty and offer a little sheen to each piece. Find the perfect cultured pearl necklace at www.alohapearls.com
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