With the remarkable variety of pearls available nowadays in the market, these are treated as the least valued and wanted of all gemstones. But the fashion of pearls will never go out of trend because of its uniqueness and elegance.
Saltwater pearls are ones produced by saltwater molluscans in the saline environment. Saltwater pearls consist of three different types of pearls, namely Akoya pearls, Tahitian pearls, and South Sea pearls.
These are called classic pearls. They grow near the coast of Japan. The picture of that round strand of white pearls is the Kayos Pearls. They are produced by Akoya oysters of Japan. Although rare baroque shapes and natural colors like silver-blue and gold do exist, Akoya pearls are more famous for their perfect round shape and the light green and gold color along with that remarkable lustrous look. With exceptions, most of these pearls range from 4 mm to 10 mm in size.
These pearls grow in French Polynesia. These are the only naturally dark pearls. Although often referred to as black, these pearls come in a variety of other colors as well. Round ones are very rare, but other various shapes like drops, baroque and oval ones are highly demanded and considered valuable. When their size was measured, they were found to range within 8 mm to 15 mm irrespective of the shape.
South e Pearls
These are grown primarily in Australian, Philippines and Indonesia. They range in color from white to gold. They are the largest of all other saltwater pearls.
As they are really large because of which perfect round shape is very rare. Other shapes are the same as oval, or irregular. No matter what the shape is, all are considered valuable. Their size also ranges from 8 mm to 18 mm. These pearls give a style statement to your look.
Pearls are something that gives you that look of tradition and modernity, both together. It reserves and associates your personality with vintage ideas and that hint of royalty. There are a lot of varieties to choose from so just go for it.