SKY ELEGANZ’S FRESHWATER PEARL JEWELRY; THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
SKY ELEGANZ’S FRESHWATER PEARL JEWELRY; THINGS YOU NEED TO KNOW
PEARLS, AS THE LONG-LASTING TREND
Pearls have effortlessly endured the test of time, representing one of the biggest and longest-lasting trends to have dominated in the world of jewelry. It's no longer just for your mother’s jewelry boxes or some special occasions, pearls are still a top trend even in the twenty-first century, continuously showcased in new and exciting ways by top designers. Nevertheless, it is fair to say that this lustrous gemstone has come a long way over the centuries, and every day adapting and updating to reflect the latest jewelry trends. We from Sky Eleganz are always on the lookout for the latest Pearl jewelry trends that will help you to keep up with the latest trends.
HISTORY AND BELIEFS RELATING TO PEARLS
Jewelry containing pearls dates back to ancient Greece, but it is highly likely that they may have been used even earlier. Many cultures have revered them as valuable gemstones for centuries, and they were often reserved for royalty. Pearls symbolize love, purity, honesty, faith, and integrity. The perfect way to commemorate your long and loving relationship. According to legend, pearls have calming and balancing properties, in addition to fostering loyalty and integrity. It is also believed that pearls help enhance love and romance within marriages.
TYPES OF PEARLS THAT YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT
There are two main kinds of pearls - 'Natural' and 'Cultured'. Naturally, a pearl that forms randomly, without any human intervention is called a Natural Pearl. They are very rare and therefore very expensive. On the other side, a cultured pearl is formed through human intervention. Even so, cultured pearls are unique as the oyster farmer has no control over how many oysters or mussels will be harvested. Untrained eyes cannot tell the difference between natural and cultured pearls. There is also a distinction between a freshwater pearl and a saltwater pearl. Pearls that grow in protected ocean inlets are saltwater pearls. Let's explore Freshwater Pearls in detail.
Freshwater Pearls: Pearls grown within freshwater mussels are different from those grown in ocean mollusks, as their name implies. A pearl of this kind is the most affordable and common kind on the market, although the more fine specimens are still a bit expensive. Freshwater pearls generally come from China and are available in a wide range of colors. The pastel colors are usually peach, lavender, pink, or white. In order to enhance or alter their coloring, special dyes are sometimes applied. A freshwater pearl can have a diameter ranging from two to twelve millimeters, with some varieties reaching up to fifteen millimeters.
Freshwater pearls are really unique, as each has its own shape and natural variation! Various types of freshwater pearls are available, such as baroque and Keshi. There are many different qualities to each, and some, like the Keshi, reflect the rainbow. Our Sky Eleganz Jewelry collection offers freshwater pearls of the highest quality.
SHORT INTRODUCTIONS OF OTHER PEARL TYPES
Akoya Pearls: Typically, when most people think of pearls, they think of the Akoya pearl, whose characteristic white sheen is unique to this variety. As for Akoya pearls, they are produced by cultivating Pinctada Fucata Martensii, a saltwater oyster, which lives on the colder coastlines of Japan, Vietnam, and southern China. A long-standing tradition of Akoya pearl cultivation has made Japan the world's leader in the production of consistently high-quality specimens. Typically, Akoya pearls are white, but some may also have an undertone of gold or silver.
Tahitian Pearls: Coastal waters of French Polynesia are the source of Tahitian pearls, which are found in black-lipped oysters. Their glossy, metallic, grey coloring makes them the only naturally occurring black pearls. Because dark pearls are less common than lighter ones, they command a higher price. There are only two types of pearls on the market that do not receive any color treatment after harvesting - Tahitian and South Sea pearls. What makes them so special is their exceptional color and luster. The Pearls are only produced once or twice in one oyster's lifetime.
South Sea Pearls: South Sea Pearls tend to be the largest and most expensive pearl varieties. One of the reasons for their mystique is that they are grown in the infamous Coral Triangle - a section of treacherous waters situated between Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines. There are actually pirates living in this part of the world, as well as sharks. Whether they're pastel pink, silver, or gold, those types of pearls are undeniably the most prized and valuable on the market.
Baroque Pearls: Generally, Baroque Pearls are the types that have a shape that isn't perfectly round. These irregular shapes can range from minor imperfections to a distinct oval, curved, pinched, or lumpy shape. The Pearls are created by the decomposition of organic material during pearl production. As the gas expands between layers of nacre, strange shapes are created.
LET’S HAVE A GLANCE AT SOME TRENDING PEARL JEWELRY IDEAS
The options for wearing pearl jewelry are endless. Add a touch of elegance to your outfit with a strand of lustrous freshwater pearls. Building depth and shine with pearls can be a memorable and inspiring experience. An elegant pair of pearl stud earrings are the perfect accessory for any occasion. For black-tie dinners, weddings, and anniversaries, the exotic pearl jewelry from Freshwater, Tahiti, and the South Seas creates depth and drama, making it an ultimate showstopper to mark the occasion.
Earrings: Pearl drop earrings are a classic style that makes you look confident, elegant, and classic, yet modern. Despite their glam appeal, they are still appropriate for casual looks. In addition, you can take them with you to your most unforgettable moments such as your wedding day or prom night. Have a look at our Elegant Pearl Drop Earrings.
Very lightweight, well-made earrings with a natural Freshwater Pearl dropping design and hand-painted resins make them wonderful jewelry pieces. You're sure to receive many compliments. They are stylish and elegant enough to wear every day! The earrings make the ideal gift for any occasion, be it Valentine's Day, Mother's Day, an anniversary, wedding, birthday, or just to show that special person that you love and appreciate them.
Celebrating an important event with your loved one? These are the perfect gift! Or would you like to enhance your appearance with the perfect pair of earrings? Designed with an understated elegance that makes them a classic piece. Wearing them to a formal event is one thing, but wearing them during everyday activities is another amazing feature. Curious what else you can get from Pearl Gems? Check out our collection! Please visit our Sky Eleganz website for more information. Click here
DURABILITY OF OUR PEARL JEWELRY; AND THEIR CARING
Wearing pearls often and caring for them properly can make them look as good in fifty years as they did the day they left the store. However, pearls are not particularly durable gemstones. Careless contact with everyday items at home can eventually damage them and so is Pearl, so avoid damaging them with your proper care.
You must follow the following steps if you want them to be properly cared for. Put on perfume, hair spray, and cosmetics before wearing pearl jewelry. Wipe the jewelry carefully with a soft cloth after removing it to remove traces of these substances. Pearl jewelry can be cleaned in the sink with mild soap and water. Pearls are soft, making them susceptible to scratching by hard metal edges or harder gemstones in other jewelry pieces.
When storing pearls, place them in a chamois bag or wrap them in tissue. Chemicals, abrasives, and solvents should not be used to clean pearls. Such materials may damage your pearls.
LOOKING FOR A SPECIAL GIFT FOR YOUR LOVED ONE?
The power of thoughtful gifts can bring families and friends closer together. A fine piece of jewelry shows your affection and appreciation more than anything else. Jewelry often begins a conversation. Traditionally, pearls are associated with a 30-year wedding anniversary. In addition, pearls are the birthstone for June. However, you don't have to wait until a special event to wear these stunning gems. Just embrace its versatility and get creative with it.