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Real Pearl Necklace

Real Pearl Necklace

A pearl is a tiny spherical object that jewellers use in making ornaments. It is a precious gemstone produced by living organisms like oysters and mussels. The pearl appears to be round in shape with a shiny lustre. Usually, most of these gemstones are present in various shades of white colour. The pearl is a costly item, and so various imitations started circulating in the market.

Real pearl necklaces are expensive. These are available in different types such as Akoya pearl necklaces, freshwater pearl necklaces, Tahitian pearls necklaces, south sea pearl necklaces, Fiji pearl necklaces, the sea of Cortez pearl necklaces, wild or natural pearl necklaces, etc. Another major category of the real pearl necklace is the Hyderabad pearl necklace. Hyderabad provides a pure and trustable form of pearls with a high-quality benchmark. You can find the best designs that suit your needs at the best prices.

Some of the real pearls available in the market are cultured pearls. People can make real pearls grow inside oysters by inserting a substance that is irritant to these animals. Hence we call these pearls as cultured pearls.

Imitation pearls are artificial pearls that look like real pearls. Various categories of imitation pearls include Bohemian pearl, plastic pearl, glass pearl, shell pearl, mica pearl, etc. The manufacturers apply various paints to the imitations to create a pearl-like lustre.

Here are a few significant points by which you can identify the real pearl necklaces:

  • The real pearls can have irregularities in their shapes; you can rarely find perfect round-pearls. There can be some variation in size for different pearls on a single strand of necklace.

  • Lustre is another factor that distinguishes real pearls from the fake. Real pearls have a bright and clear glow. Pearls on a strand of necklace should match in terms of brilliance.

  • Pearls on a strand of the necklace will have holes drilled on them. Real pearls usually have sharp edges on these drill holes.

  • Most valuable pearls are usually white and have a rose overtone.

When you rub two pearls together and if it feels gritty, then most likely they are real ones. Real pearls are weighty when compared to most of its imitations.