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Freshwater Cultured Pearls à l'unité

Freshwater Cultured Pearls à l'unité 

Since cultured pearls are organic material, each one is unique and may differ from the photo. Freshwater pearls are cultured pearls (where man intervenes by grafting to allow the mollusk to secrete nacre and produce a pearl). These pearls are produced only by pearl mussels and are characterized by a thick, high quality nacre, resulting in very round pearls. Freshwater pearls offer a palette of subtle colors in shades of cream, gold, pink, champagne, white... China is currently the world's largest producer of freshwater pearls and these Chinese pearls are known for their magnificent luster and beautiful quality. The first freshwater pearls were cultivated in Lake Biwa in Japan, which is why they are still sometimes called "Biwa pearls".

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  • Freshwater cultured pearl without hole

    Discover our range of freshwater cultured pearls in various shapes and colors for creative and unique jewelry. The cultured pearl being an organic material, each of them is unique and can present some differences with the photo. Freshwater pearls are cultured pearls (where man intervenes by making a graft to allow the mollusk to secrete nacre and produce a pearl). These pearls are produced only by pearl mussels and are characterized by a thick, high quality nacre, resulting in very round pearls. Freshwater pearls offer a palette of subtle colors in shades of cream, gold, pink, champagne, white... China is currently the world's leading producer of freshwater cultured pearls and these Chinese pearls are known for their magnificent luster and beautiful quality. The first freshwater cultured pearls were cultivated in Lake Biwa in Japan, which is why they are sometimes still called "Biwa pearls".

  • Freshwater cultured pearl half-drilled

    Discover our range of freshwater cultured pearls, ideal for pendants, earrings and rings. The cultured pearl is an organic material, so each one is unique and may differ from the photo. Freshwater pearls are cultured pearls (where man intervenes by grafting to allow the mollusk to secrete nacre and produce a pearl). These pearls are produced only by pearl mussels and are characterized by a thick, high quality nacre, resulting in very round pearls. Freshwater pearls offer a palette of subtle colors in shades of cream, gold, pink, champagne, white... China is currently the world's leading producer of freshwater cultured pearls and these Chinese pearls are known for their magnificent luster and beautiful quality. The first freshwater cultured pearls were cultivated in Lake Biwa in Japan, which is why they are sometimes still called "Biwa pearls".

  • Freshwater cultured pearl fully drilled

    Discover our range of freshwater cultured pearls in various shapes and colors for creative and unique jewelry. The cultured pearl being an organic material, each of them is unique and can present some differences with the photo. Freshwater pearls are cultured pearls (where man intervenes by making a graft to allow the mollusk to secrete nacre and produce a pearl). These pearls are produced only by pearl mussels and are characterized by a thick, high quality nacre, resulting in very round pearls. Freshwater pearls offer a palette of subtle colors in shades of cream, gold, pink, champagne, white... China is currently the world's leading producer of freshwater cultured pearls and these Chinese pearls are known for their magnificent luster and beautiful quality. The first freshwater cultured pearls were cultivated in Lake Biwa in Japan, which is why they are sometimes still called "Biwa pearls".

  • Freshwater cultured pearl with large hole

    Discover our range of freshwater cultured pearls with a large hole, perfect for thicker threads and larger jewelry. As cultured pearls are an organic material, each one is unique and may differ from the photo. Freshwater pearls are cultured pearls (where humans intervene by grafting to allow the mollusk to secrete nacre and produce a pearl). These pearls are produced only by pearl mussels and are characterized by a thick, high quality nacre, resulting in very round pearls. Freshwater cultured pearls offer a subtle color palette in shades of cream, gold, pink, champagne, white... China is currently the world's largest producer of freshwater cultured pearls and these Chinese pearls are known for their magnificent luster and beautiful quality. The first freshwater cultured pearls were cultivated in Lake Biwa in Japan, which is why they are sometimes still called "Biwa pearls".

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