Pearl Necklace but not the usual necklaces
You want a necklace in pearls, but it is not the classic wire seen and revised, just simply fit the pearls with other hard stones and the glittery white pearls will make the necklace all add value
But how to understand which pearl buy ??
All pearl necklaces sold on the market or are created by cultivation pearls unless these are called natural pearls but mindful all seek to distribute precious pearls as not cultivated but in reality this is misleading since Akoya pearls, pearls of Tahiti and the Australian pearls, are all “cultivated pearls”.
Akoya pearl necklace
Akoya pearls are the classic white pearls and typically have the highest shine and the highest luster among all pearls of culture. Akoya pearls usually have a size between 5 mm and 11 mm, but pearls over 9.5 mm are so rare that it would take years to find it enough to make up a necklace entirely made of pearls of these diameters! They are cultivated predominantly in Japan and also in China, where the production of these pearls is limited to medium small diameters (generally less than 7 mm).
The freshwater pearl necklace
Sweet Water Pearls are made from freshwater molluscs. Sweet Water Pearls are available in various pastel colors such as white, pink peach, lavender, purple and mandarin, depending on the type of mullet that produces them.
Black freshwater pearls are treated pearls to get dark color
The pearl necklace of Tahiti
The pearls of Tahiti come from the hot salty waters of the South Seas, from the archipelago of French Polynesia, and are produced by the Black lips. They are the only pearls to be black naturally, and are generally large in diameter.
Tahiti’s pearls are dark pearls, which are never really black (the “black pearls” are used to distinguish them from classic white pearls). The colors of the Pearls of Tahiti range from gray to light silver gray or dark gray, green with peacock reflections typical of Tahiti beads, green bronze or aubergine, and rarely have colors with blue or purple reflections.
The Australian pearl necklace
Australian pearls are saltwater pearls grown in the South Seas in Northern Australia or South-East Asia, Burma and Indonesia. They can also reach large diameters
Australian pearls are of natural, silvery, or gilded, typically satin-colored colors. They are the largest evergreen cult pearls, and they are also the most on the market, for the rarity of these pearls and the very high thickness of the mother pearl.
The Pearl Necklaces of Ti Voglio Bene
I wish you good offers you necklaces of pearls and pearls of various lengths and shapes not the usual necklaces: pearl necklaces, single-pearl necklaces, double stranded or triple thread pearl necklaces, with hard stone inserts that enhance them the value.