Pearl Series

Classic and assorted pearl jewelry to choose from. Pearl jewelry is one of the kinds that will always fit the varied taste of your customers.



Pearl Series

piles of pearl jewelry

How Much Do You Know About Pearl Jewelry?

There are 4 basic types of pearl jewelry, namely natural, cultural, freshwater, and shell.

A simple way to tell natural pearls and cultural pearls apart is through price and color. Natural pearls are rare and more expensive than man-made pearls. Also, they don’t come in colors, like vivid pink, electric blue, and apple green.

Freshwater pearls are derived from oysters that mature in non-saline waters like lakes and ponds, hence the name. While shell pearls are formed from the inner lining of oyster shells.

Are Pearl Necklaces in Style?

Yes, pearl necklaces are considered timeless and classic pieces of jewelry that have remained in style for many decades. They are versatile accessories that can be worn for various occasions, from casual to formal events.

Pearl necklaces come in different lengths, styles, and sizes, allowing individuals to find a piece that suits their personal taste and fashion preferences. Whether it’s a simple string of pearls or a more elaborate design incorporating pearls with other materials, pearl necklaces continue to be a popular and elegant choice that adds a touch of sophistication to any outfit.

stainless steel pearl necklace

How to Clean Pearl Necklace?

stainless steel pearl necklace

1. Prepare a cleaning solution

Mix a small amount of mild liquid soap or shampoo with warm water in a bowl. Avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners as they can damage the pearls.

2. Dampen a soft cloth or sponge

Dip a soft cloth or sponge into the cleaning solution and gently wring out any excess liquid. The cloth should be slightly damp, not soaking wet.

3. Wipe the pearls

Gently wipe the pearls on the necklace one at a time using the damp cloth or sponge. Make sure to clean both the front and back surfaces of each pearl. 

4. Rinse with clean water

After cleaning the pearls, rinse the necklace under running water to remove any soap residue. Use your fingers to gently swirl the water around the pearls.

5. Pat dry

Carefully pat the pearls dry using a soft, clean towel. Then lay the necklace on a clean, dry towel or place it on a jewelry stand to air dry completely.

6. Store properly

Once the pearl necklace is completely dry, store it in a soft cloth pouch or a jewelry box lined with a soft fabric, separate from other jewelry.
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