Real Pearls Vs. Pearl

Pearls are organic gems, formed in a variety of ways in molluscs (in particular shell or snail species). The jewelry industry distinguishes between “natural Pearl” (called “real” or “Pearls of the Orient”), “Pearl” or “Cultured pearls”, as well as imitations of pearls.

Real Pearls Vs. Pearl 1

The pearl is the only piece of jewelry that grows up in a living organism. Natural pearls are created without human intervention. A variant of the formation is the Freshwater Pearl Mussel after penetration by foreign objects or parasites in their cores is a kind of sheath in mother of pearl and completely encloses the invaders.

Acts as a shell made of several layers over the years and “wrapped around” this core. As the ancient Chinese came in the 5th century ad to the bottom this process, they were small Buddhas in pearl mussels have been covered and refined mother-of-Pearl. There are also “Seedless” development processes in some species, which then form a pearl without debris.

Real Pearls Vs. Pearl 3

Real pearls were harvested in the 20th century into of pearl divers and fishermen. This was done mainly in the Indian Ocean, in the Caribbean, in some lakes and rivers of North America, as well as in Central European mountain streams. The profession of the Perlentauchers was extremely dangerous and claimed many lives (more on this in the next article). There are traditional Pearl divers anymore. In the course of the 20th century, methods were developed for culturing pearls, which facilitated the harvest. Pearl oysters are grown these days mostly on artificial Mussel by targeted implants inserted in the mussels, and they attached to cords.

Real Pearls Vs. Pearl 2

There is a surprisingly wide variety of types of beads. Appearance and value of beads are in the jewelry color, gloss/Sheen (also “chandelier” named after) and shape/size evaluated. Generally speaking: the the luster on the surface of the pearl in CACHEDJEWELRY is round, the more valuable and better and clearer, the higher is the quality to be classified.

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