PEARLS Freshadama pearls are the world’s highest-quality freshwater pearls. When pearls are sold at a production level, they are separated into several different qualities. Most qualities are considered “necklace” quality. These pearls are sold as matched temporary strands. There is one quality, however, that is treated differently. These pearls are sold loose and undrilled individually. These are the pearls we use to create our freshadama line. Our line of freshadama pearl jewelry features truly round freshwater pearls with less than 5% deviation from perfect spheres. They exhibit the finest luster with virtually no blemishing or spotting. Every freshadama pearl necklace and freshadama pearl bracelet is finished with a solid, 14-karat Pearl Paradise charm. Our freshadama pearl earrings are set on medium-weight, 14-karat posts. Our freshadama pearl line has been featured on The Ellen DeGeneres and The Tyra Bank’s Show, as well as several industry publications including Pearl World Journal and Colored Stone Magazine.
Making our Pearl Necklaces It takes a bit longer and costs a little more but we think the end result is worth it – and so do our customers. confused about pearls ? Afraid you’ll get it wrong ? The Beginner’s Guide will steer you through the pearl buying maze. clasps that glitter might be gold Carat gold, gold vermeil, gold-filled, gold-plated. There’s a big difference between them.
Tahitian South Sea Pearls Tahitian Pearls, also known as black South Sea pearls or simply black pearls, are cherished for their incredibly exotic colors and mirror-like luster. Whereas other pearl types are typically limited in color, Tahitian pearls consist of hundreds of overtones with incredibly exotic colors such as peacock green, silver green, blue, and eggplant, just to name a few. These pearls are produced by the Pinctada Margaritifera oyster, which is found exclusively in Tahiti and several other French Polynesian islands.
Are you looking for that special gift for a loved one? Or maybe searching for elegant wedding jewellery for your magical day? Whatever the occasion, the Absolute Pearls range of beautifully-crafted pearl necklaces offers something to suit all tastes. We have a wide choice of lengths, sizes and pearl qualities with yellow gold, white gold or silver fittings.
Since the 1930’s, Akoya pearls are the world’s best-known pearl. Akoya pearls are often very round and spherical in shape and are complemented by very high luster. Produced by a small oyster called the Pinctada Fucata off the seas of Japan and China, they are commonly found in sizes ranging from 2mm to 10mm in size. Akoya pearls are a long-time favorite in the pearl industry and are commonly worn by brides on their wedding day.
The Classic Pearl For nearly 100 years, akoya pearls grown off the coast of Japan have been the classic pearl of choice. When one pictures a round strand of white pearls, they are usually thinking of akoya. Although rare baroque shapes and natural colors like silver-blue and gold do exist, akoya pearls are best known for their perfectly round shape and sharp, reflective luster. While exceptions do exist, most akoya pearls produced today range in sizes from 4 to 10 mm. If you are looking for a classic strand of round, white pearls, you are probably looking for a strand of akoya pearls. The Fashion-Forward Pearl The most affordable pearls sold today, freshwater pearls are known for baroque shapes, white and pastel body colors and softer luster than akoya (except in the case of rare metallics). With natural pastel colors and shapes that range from perfectly round to free-form baroque, freshwater pearls offer a widest range of options. Common sizes range from 5 mm to 12 mm, but recent advances have led to the development of round and baroque pearls as large as 20 mm. If you are looking for an affordable piece or something more fashion-forward with unique combinations of colors and shapes, shop freshwater pearls. The Dark, Exotic Pearl Tahitian pearls grown in French Polynesia are the only naturally dark pearls. Although often referred to as black, Tahitian pearls come in a rainbow of exotic colors. Round Tahitian pearls are quite rare but other fun shapes like drops, baroques and ovals are highly-sought and still considered very valuable. When measured perpendicular to the drill hole, most Tahitians range in size from 8 mm to 15 mm regardless of shape. If you are looking for a naturally dark pearls that go well with almost any style, Tahitian pearls may be your best choice. The Rolls Royce of Pearls Grown primarily in Australia the Philippines and Indonesia and ranging in color from white to gold, South Sea pearls are the largest saltwater pearls grown today. Because of their tremendous size, perfectly round South Sea pearls are quite rare. Other more common shapes are drops, baroques and ovals. All are considered very valuable. While South Sea pearls range in size from 8 mm to 18 mm, the most common sizes range from 10 mm to 14 mm. If you looking for the statement piece of jewelry with large pearls, South Sea may be the way to go.
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