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All about Pearls at Fashion Stores Online

Wouldn’t it be awesome to find real pearls from edible oysters? That‘ll be the day when eating edible oysters would bring in not only food on the table, but also pearl to make fine jewelry. However, such thing is next to impossible considering that pearls do not grow in edible oysters. Pearls are produced by mollusks that include oysters, mussels and clams. However, mussels and clams rarely produce pearls, while oysters commonly produce pearls no matter if they are freshwater or saltwater in origin. The idea that pearls are produced from sand permeating into the shell of an oyster is false. Sand is an inorganic material while pearls are formed by organic materials that are caught inside the oyster. As a defense mechanism, the oyster wraps the organic material with a substance called nacre, resulting to what is known as mother of pearl. Most people believe that pearls should have an imperfect form since they are products of nature. However, there are those that are formed perfectly, and these are considered very valuable pearls as you may see at fashion stores online. Unlike the common belief that pearls are usually white, pearls come in various colors like black, pink, red and even blue. Different colored pearls can be found all over the world, but only the South Pacific has produced black pearls. Instead of waiting for the natural process of producing pearls, there is a method to culture them in the same manner as they are naturally formed. However, the organic irritants are intentionally administered through a crack in the oyster’s shell. Natural pearls are, however, more expensive than cultured pearls because of their rarity. Among the pearls that are cultured, they are done either in saltwater or freshwater oysters. South Sea pearls that are produced by the silver lipped


oysters are rare pearls that are cultured in Australia and are usually very large. South Sea pearls produced by the golden lipped oysters are cultured in Indonesia. Tahitian pearls or black pearls that are produced by black lipped oysters are cultured in the Cook Islands or in the French Polynesia. How can one determine if a pearl is real or fake? Real pearls tend to feel grainy when rubbed along the edge of the front teeth, while fake pearls fell smooth. Aside from the kinds of oysters from which pearls are produced, the quality of pearls is determined according to their luster or shine. Thick nacres that have been left in the water longer are generally shinier. The shape of a pearl is also important—the more spherical the pearl, the better. The larger the pearl, the rarer they are and the more valuable. Pearls are generally used in pieces of jewelry, but they are also used in making cosmetics. Pearl in powdered form made from shells and pearls of subpar quality is said to produce paler skin with a natural glow. Fashion Stores Online Because of its cosmetic value, pearl cosmetics are exported by many countries to the Unites States.


All about Pearls at Fashion Stores Online  

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