Monday, May 10, 2010

When You are Looking for Pearls, only Pure Pearls will Do

It is hard to imagine any woman not wanting or liking pearls . Pearls come in all shapes, sizes, colors and textures. The pearl has been hunted for thousands of years in freshwater and saltwater. A freshwater pearl can be found in mussels and can be found in lakes, rivers and even ponds. A saltwater pearl can be found in an oyster shell and be found in the ocean. Pearls are special and unique in that they are created out of an irritation inside the shell. As it happens, whatever shell the pearl is formed in creates a pearl sac around the irritant or invader. A pearl is formed from the shell creating what is called calcium carbonate. It takes a while for the pearl to form, but once it is formed, the pearls seen in stores and purchased online, are the same pearls hunted all over the world.

The akoya pearls are one of the most blusterous pearls and have an excellent clean quality to them. These akoya pearls make for an excellent wedding, anniversary or birthday gift. The akoya pearls come in earrings, necklaces, custom strands, pendants, bracelets, and the akoya hanadama collection. Akoya necklaces come in the sizes of 6.5mm all the way to 9.9mm. These pearl necklaces also come in the lengths of 16",
18", 22" and 36". Prices for these Akoya Pearls range from $205, $450 to $760 and $2605.

Finally, there are the tahitian pearls which are also known as the Black Pearl of the South Sea. These Tahitian Pearls can range in color from a light dove gray to a gunmetal gray. These Tahitian Pearls are fashioned into necklaces, bracelets, earrings, rings, cuff links and pendants. The Tahitian Pearl necklaces come in 18 inches and 8.0mm all the way to 14.62mm depending on the style of Tahitian Pearl necklace you desire. is a highly respected company and is a member of the BBBOnline Reliability Community, MSJA and other respected online companies. Along with being a member of these online customer advocacy groups, has been featured in such places as TIME Magazine, INSTYLE, the FINE LIVING CHANNEL and various other publications.

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