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Pearl Jewellery Sets : Pearl Care

Pearl Jewellery Sets : Pearl Care

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Pearl Jewellery Sets : Individual Care Products can Damage Pearls. Beautifiers, sun piece, scent and hair spray all contain chemicals that can significantly dull the luster of a pearl. The natural acids contained in body oils and sweat can likewise harm pearls similarly. It is best to put your pearls on no less than 30 minutes subsequent to applying any individual care items, and to take your pearls off before getting prepared for bed. A decent general guideline to recollect is that pearls ought to be the keep going things to put on and the principal things to take off. – pearl jewellery sets

Straightforward Steps to Protect Your Pearls

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This necklace is composed of four strands of beautiful Indonesian South Sea Pearls, adorned by emeralds and three bigger pearls. The gorgeous luster of pearls enhanced by the lively shiny emeralds create a harmonious impression of a splendid piece of jewelry. – Collection of Permata Bunda

Wiping the pearls with a moist, delicate fabric after you wear them will guarantee that they stay free of hurtful develop of exacerbates that may harm the nacre of your pearls. Continuously keep your pearls isolated from hard adornments things, for example, rings or arm ornaments to keep them from being scratched. Pearls are best kept in a delicate fabric pocket or a delicate lined adornments box. Never store your pearls in a hermetically sealed environment such an a zip lock sack. Pearls are natural and do contain follow measures of water. Putting away them in a hermetically sealed environment will make them get to be fragile and harm the luster. – pearl jewellery sets

At the point when to Have Pearls Restrung

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South Sea strands, white with a pink tone, and gold

In the event that you wear your pearls frequently, they ought to be hung about once per year to counteract strand breakage. We propose the utilization of silk string. In any case, nylon string is a worthy option. The string ought to be hitched between every pearl to keep every one of the pearls in a strand from tumbling off ought to a break happen. Hitching likewise keeps conceivable harm from the pearls rubbing against each other. – pearl jewellery sets

Both nylon and silk will drench up the oils from one’s skin and may turn dull after a period. Restringing the pearls with new silk or nylon is favored over endeavoring to wash the string, as cleaning may debilitate or extend the bunches and a few cleansers might be grating and harm your pearls. – pearl jewellery sets

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Cultured Freshwater Pearl Grading

Cultured Freshwater Pearl Grading

Freshwater pearls offer the widest range of shapes and natural colors.

Probably the single most important thing to understand when learning about Pearl Grading in order to make an educated purchase decision is this: it is impossible to compare grades and grading systems from one company to another.

Unlike diamond grading, there is no standardized grading system for freshwater pearls. Every company in the world that grades and sells freshwater pearls is using a system that they themselves devised and created. Every system is subjective and every system is unique.

The following is the grading system we adhere to for freshwater pearls.

Pearl Grade Description
Freshadama™ Freshadama-grade pearls are loose-grade pearls, or pearls that have been selected individually prior to drilling and polishing for their exceptional quality characteristics. These pearls are typically sold wholesale as single pearls and pairs, undrilled. Freshadama™ strands are composed of these pearls; drilled and matched by us.

 

  • Highest grade of freshwater pearl
  • Exhibit intense luster and deeply reflective orient
  • Round
  • Clean surface
  • Top .01% of freshwater pearls produced today
  • Excellent matching
  • Highest non-loose pearl grade available in the market
  • Exhibit excellent luster
  • Round to the eye
  • Clean surface
  • Top 1% of freshwater pearls produced today
  • Excellent matching
  • Highest grade of freshwater pearl
  • Near round, appear perfect round from a yard away
  • 90-100% Clean Surface
  • Top 5% of freshwater pearls produced today
  • Excellent to good matching
  • Exhibit good to average luster
  • Near round to off-round
  • 80-100% Clean Surface
  • Top 10% of freshwater pearls produced today
  • Good to moderate matching
  • Exhibit average to low luster
  • Near round to off-round
  • 70-100% Clean Surface
  • Top 20% of freshwater pearls produced today
  • Good to moderate matching
  • Exhibit average to no luster
  • Near round to off-round
  • Moderate to heavy blemishing
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Cultured Akoya Pearl Grading

Cultured Akoya Pearl Grading

Thousands of akoya pearls must be sorted to match one strand

Probably the single most important thing to understand when learning about Pearl Grading in order to make an educated purchase decision is this: it is impossible to compare grades and grading systems from one company to another.

Unlike diamond grading, there is no standardized grading system for pearls. Every company in the world that grades and sells pearls is using a system that they themselves devised and created. Every system is subjective and every system is unique. We know with certainty, for example, that our AA+ graded akoya pearls have better luster, surface and color than another online sellers’ AAAA pearls exhibit. This is the unfortunate result of no standardized, universal grading system.

The following is the grading system we adhere to for akoya pearls.

Pearl Grade Description
Hanadama Hanadama is the Japanese word for spherical flower and is the grade assigned to akoya pearls considered “extra fine” by a pearl grading laboratory in Japan. One important thing to note is that there is a range of quality that is considered hanadama. For example, our AAA could easily pass certification. We guarantee our hanadama to be the finest available as we only submit the finest to be certified.

Each hanadama-grade strand of akoya pearls must be accompanied by an individual, numbered certificate from the Pearl Science Laboratory of Japan to be sold as “hanadama grade.”

 

  • Surface exhibits minimal to no visible blemishes*
  • Shape is perfect round
  • Luster is very strong
  • Pearl exhibits mirror reflection
  • Nacre determined by optical fiber to be greater than 0.4 mm per radius
  • Excellent matching
  • 95-100% of pearl’s surface is free of visible blemishes
  • Shape is perfect round
  • Luster is strong to very strong
  • Pearl exhibits sharp reflection
  • Nacre is visibly thick
  • Excellent matching
  • 90-100% of pearl’s surface is free of visible blemishes
  • Shape is perfect round
  • Luster is good to strong
  • Pearl exhibits good to sharp reflection
  • Nacre is visibly thick
  • Matching is good to excellent
  • 80-100% of pearl’s surface is free of visible blemishes
  • Shape is perfect round
  • Luster is good to medium
  • Pearl exhibits good to medium reflection
  • Nacre depth is medium
  • Matching is good to excellent
  • 70-100% of pearl’s surface is free of visible blemishes
  • Shape is round to near round
  • Luster is poor to medium (chalky appearance)
  • Pearl exhibits good to medium reflection
  • Nacre depth is thin
  • Matching is fair to excellent
*The Pearl Science Laboratory follows the laws set forth by the FTC that it is considered unfair to describe cultured pearls as “flawless” because no pearls can pass perfect examination under a 10x magnfication. Although you can’t see it, the surface of a pearl is textured. For that reason, all certificates will state “very slight” in the blemishing category.