Pearl Bracelets

Though we often think of pearl necklaces or earrings when we think of pearls, pearl bracelets are lovely gifts that will be remembered and appreciated. There is something special about being able to see the pearls while wearing them that is extremely personal and enjoyable.

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Pearl Bracelet Styles

Pearl bracelets come in many styles. Here are some descriptions of the most popular styles:

  • Solid Cultured Pearl Bracelet: This is usually considered the "classic" Pearl bracelet. One's wrist is surrounded by pearls. These are extremely lovely yet may be a bit large for some smaller woman.

  • Floating Pearl Bracelet: These bracelets consist of pearls connected together by either a gold of silver chain. These are often better suited for smaller boned women as they are more delicate.

  • Solid Fresh Water Pearl Bracelets: These can be a bit less dressy than the cultured pearl bracelets unless you choose wisely. Look for smooth rounded pearls and high luster for the best value. This type of bracelets are usually much less expensive.

  • Pearl and Gemstone Bracelets: These are often less dressy than solid pearl bracelets but are greataccent bracelets. Often made with fresh water pearls, these can be extremely affordable.

Pearl jewelry rarely goes out of style -- so it will be worn for years and years. This is one of the many reasons why pearl jewelry is considered a special gift and highly treasured.

One nice thing about pearls is that you can slowly make a matching set with pearl earrings, a pearl necklace or pearl pendant. This helps with shopping in the future too!

How Pearls are Formed

Undeniably, pearls are one of the most sought after gems in the world. Its natural creation had made it popular among human, especially for women who are caught by its dramatic shine of elegance in a pale white hue naturally crafted for several years. During the early years, even many people would want to possess one, only few are given the chance to own this gem because of its scarcity and expensiveness. This very reason opened the way for people to start producing pearls in the same manner as natural ones but in a large volume and a considerable two years development. Starting late 19th century or early 20th century, the first cultured pearls were produced.

For natural pearls, the production starts in an accident. When a foreign object enters the shell of an oyster or mollusk, the oyster covers this intruder with a white substance that it produces as some sort of a defense mechanism. The object, after years of being inside the shell, grows to be a precious pearl after being covered layers after layers of the substance, which is scientifically called nacre. Actually, there's nothing much of a difference in harvesting cultured pearls. Still, the same process is being followed. The only difference is that man forms part in its creation. The farmer opens an oyster.s shell and intentionally places a foreign object inside it. Afterwards, it is left for a couple of years to develop and become a pearl before they could be found in the market. Because of its production.s success during that time, more pearls are available for people nowadays all over the world and the gems became less expensive.


This process also gave way to the production of more improved pearl shapes compared to the natural ones. As we know, the better shaped the pearl is, the higher its quality and price becomes. As for natural pearls, they are often irregularly shaped because the actual figures of these gems are determined depending on the form of the foreign object that comes inside the shell. For cultured pearls, farmers insert a sphere object in the shell to make it produce a round or pear-shaped pearls. As of today, it is said that almost all of the pearls the world is selling in the market are cultured ones.


Though the selling price of this kind of pearls is remarkably lower than the natural ones, still, the price of a cultured pearl is determined by some elements. First is the shape. Though this pearl is being farmed to be a sphere-shaped one, after the harvest, each of the pearl will possess a different shape. The more perfect the shape there is, the collectors are more willing to pay more for it. Second is the color. The most common ones are white, black, and yellow; however, it could be dyed with any other shade depending on the buyer.s preference. Also, its shine is being considered. Cultured pearls with a good glow will definitely be more valuable than the others. There are also some other considerations such as its imperfections and size that are being observed. If you find fewer blemishes on the skin of the pearl, it is more expensive. In terms of the size, as for all gems, the larger it is, it becomes more expensive as pearls are priced by its diameter. These are the things you need to consider when you are looking for quality pearls. However, when you talk about pearl jewelry, it is a different thing.

Not only that you should consider the quality of the pearl in jewelry but also its appearance on it. They should be matched perfectly so as to become a real precious possession. Of course, what would you do with a perfect glowing pearl if it does not fit perfectly with the jewelry? That would just be an expensive but unworthy piece. So don.t just waste man.s effort to produce cultured pearls for you, make every pearl that you have a priceless one!