Multi colour pearl necklace - Rocks and Clocks

One of nature’s gifts that symbolizes beauty and purity is none other than the wearing of pearls. Though this piece of jewellery takes years to be formed inside oysters in deep parts of the sea, studies show that only one in almost ten thousand oysters can yield natural pearls. Back in the day, since pearls are rare and expensive, these sea gems are known as status symbols of the noble because only royal people can own pearls. It is incorporated in their jewellery, clothing, and crowns for people to see.

However, people found innovative ways to make this expensive pearl and personalized jewellery UK affordable to people who want to have and wear one by having oyster farms that can produce several types of pearls.

Cultured Pearls and Freshwater Pearls

Almost identical to naturally made pearls, cultured pearls are made through oyster farms with the assistance of pearl farmers, while freshwater pearls are made through molluscs instead of oysters. These pearl jewellery UK are the ones that are mostly seen and purchased in the market.

Imitation Pearls

This type of “pearl” is artificially made of glass or plastic. Imitation pearls are made by jewellers and manufacturers and sell them way cheaper than cultured and freshwater pearls. One can tell the difference between imitation pearls through the way they shine. Imitation pearls usually have a uniformed surface shine or lustre, while cultured and freshwater pearls possess a depth of shine as if the light it radiates is coming from the inside.

Where to Buy Your Pearl Jewellery?

Pearls are a constant type of jewellery one would love to have in their jewellery collection. It is also a usual go-to choice by brides and brides to be. A pearl’s simplicity draws many jewellery owners, but it can go with any clothing. You’ll find wearing pearls match any social event you have. We at Charming Jewellery Store offer a wide variety of pearl pieces you might want to have, from necklaces, earrings, and bracelets.

Learn more about pearl jewellery and where to find them through this infographic.