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JewelrySupply carries a fantastic assortment of beautiful
from around the world! Rice Pearls, Freshwater Pearls, Cultured Pearls Seed Pearls, Saltwater Pearls and more, in every color of the rainbow! We also feature a wide selection of Pearls in exotic shapes, such as Coin Pearls, Keshi Pearls, Biwa Pearls and Button Pearls. Our Pearls are graded on an A, A/B, B, B/C or C quality rating.
Need a mix of colors and sizes? Check out our extremely popular “Pound of Pearls”!
All measurements are done by the width of the Pearl. Our Pearls are strung on temporary strands and should be re-strung before wearing. Please see our selection of
Silk Carded Bead Cords
to find a color right for your selection of Pearls.
Half Drilled Button Pearls
Baroque Shape Pearls
Pound of Pearls
Specialty Clasps and Findings for Pearls
Large Hole Freshwater Pearls
Other pearl types:
- those created entirely by Mother Nature without any interference from humans. When a foreign object (irritant) gets into its shell, an oyster will respond by secreting calcium carbonate in layers around the intruder. Naturally occurring
are extremely rare because of the amount of years it takes for one oyster to naturally produce one pearl (anywhere from two and a half to eight years!) Pearls as a whole are considered one of the three biogenic gemstones (the other two are Amber and Ammolite)
- created using the same way that natural
are, but in this case the foreign object(s) placed inside the oyster was done by man. Raised in a controlled environment, this type of pearl makes up the majority on the market today.
- grown in saltwater oysters. One
is grown in each oyster every two and a half years. Far more expensive than the freshwater variety. Some examples of saltwater pearls would be South Asian pearls, the very rare (and expensive!!) Australian pearls and the mystical Tahitian pearls.
- grown in freshwater mussels. Freshwater pearls are much smaller and less expensive to harvest than saltwater pearls. One mussel can yield upwards of twenty or more
in each harvest. The turnaround time for freshwater pearls is much shorter as well, with only one and a half to two years to grow each "crop" of pearls.
- many different types of marine mollusks and freshwater mussels can produce these types of pearls. Small in size, these pearls are formed when an object that is planted into the mollusk is rejected, thus resulting in a "pearl" that is completely composed of nacre. Keshi pearls will have more luster than other pearls, and have a very organic shape.
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