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Well Known Cultured Pearl Necklaces

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Each pearl is its own unique treasure, proof of the treasure that Mother Nature can form, with a little human interaction. There are so many different types of pearls in the world, it is easy to find a cultured pearl necklace that anyone will love. Freshwater pearls provide the opportunity for everyone to own a magnificent piece of jewelry for an extremely affordable price. Freshwater pearl oysters can produce up to twenty-five pearls per oyster, compared to saltwater mollusks that produce only one pearl per oyster, which makes then more common and generally less expensive. The fact that there are more freshwater pearls than any other pearls does not lower the quality of the pearl, however. For the most part the body of a freshwater pearl is formed from the nacre of an oyster, with a small nucleolus, often a piece of meat from the oyster. The thickness of the nacre of these pearls is very strong. 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 also make a great option for cultured pearl nacklaces. These pearls are nucleated using a perfectly round irritant, and therefore, the pearls are flawless in shape. These pearls are usually white but can be enhanced to black and even an emerald green color. Tahitian pearls are also a popular type of pearl jewelry amound our customers. These pearls begin growing at a size of 8mm and though they are considered “black” the range of colors they come in is magnificent. Imagine a strand of peacock, turquoise, or rose -colored pearls with a dark undertone, it is hard to do but at you will find every variety, shape, color and size of cultured pearl necklace you can imagine.

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