Perfect Pearls

Pearl is an organic product consisting of calcium carbonate. Aseashell produces pearls by depositing layers around a nucleus.

The ideal pearl is perfectly round and smooth, but many other shapes, known as baroque pearls, can occur. The finest quality natural pearls have been highly valued as gemstones and objects of beauty for many centuries. Because of this, pearl has become a metaphor for something rare, fine, admirable and valuable.

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Basara / Venezuela Pearls

This is genuine seawater pearl which is generally shapeless. It is the most durable variety.

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South Sea Pearls

This is a variety of cultured pearl having sizes necessarily larger than 8 mm. It comes from North Coast of Australia.

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Cultured Pearls (Akoya Pearls)

It is same in nature as Basara Pearl. Only it is produced under controlled conditions, to get perfectly spherical shape. The process of culturing was developed by Mr. Mikimoto of Japan and even today cultured pearls are known as Mikimoto Pearls.

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Tahiti Pearls

This variety of big cultured pearls is produced in Tahiti Islands in Pacific Ocean. Black & grey colour is speciality.

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Fresh Water Pearls

These pearls are produced in fresh water (mainly in China) and these pearls have alrgest wholesale market in Hyderabad. These are rice like or flattened or totally shapeless. But due to lack of hardness they wear out very fast and loose lustre.