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I Can Prove That Cultured Freshwater Pearls Are The Best Value For The Money

By Rebecca Lochmann

Cultured Freshwater pearls are quite widely noted for both their high quality and affordable price points, bringing tremendous value and affordability to the pearls we see readily available today. Pearls that are found in a multitude of colors, shapes and sizes, truthfully today’s freshwater pearls rival some of the most expensive pearls found in the market today.

Natural and freshwater pearls share a very important aspect which is they are made of solid nacre, which adds to their value factors and makes them very competitive in the wholesale and retail jewelry trade.

While natural pearls are very uncommon today, quality freshwater pearls share many of the key properties of their natural counterparts with the exception that they received a little bit of help from mankind to start the pearl creation process. With such a high degree of cost savings its really no wonder that cultured pearls have taken over the worldwide market.

Todays freshwater pearls are the least expensive choice but you would be hard pressed to make that presumption by visually inspecting a gem grade specimen. With a large array of colors, shapes and sizes you can be sure your investment lasts a life time with proper care.

Can you imagine a pearl that’s solid nacre at an affordable price? It’s SO, and with such an variety of sizes, shapes, and colors available the sky is the limit.

Comparably freshwater pearls are literally a fraction of the cost of South Sea Pearls, Tahitian Pearls and Japanese Akoya Pearls, an absolute value.

In today’s beading market its typically to see lower quality Chinese freshwater pearls used instead of higher quality ones as the cost savings and added function offer a lot of incentive to beaders and at home jewelry makers.

For the added variety and value many beaders are using more and more lower end chinese pearls in their works. Lower prices and increased variety has spurred on an entirely new market.

It really does come down to sales for businesses but its the consumer that has been reaping many of the rewards. Today there is a vastly more broad selection of colors, shapes, qualities and even prices. Added cost savings have allowed more and more women to enjoy the beauty of a fine pearl necklace, bracelet or pair of earrings.

Often many that would of never been able to even think about purchasing a pearl necklace even 30 years ago are now able to achieve their dream of owning an outstanding piece of jewelry that can be past down through their family.

Common shapes today include round, semi round, potato, coin, rice and many other varieties that are made into exquisite necklaces, earring and bracelets.

The cultured pearl farmers have consistently increased the quality of output and volume which has greatly lowered the cost most consumers are required to pay for a high quality piece of pearl jewelry. It can be estimated that over 99% of all pearls used today are cultured.

The entire pearl jewelry industry utilizes cultured pearls nearly 100% of the time for every piece of jewelry created. Regardless of whether a pearl is freshwater, tahitian, akoya or even south sea, rest assured that its infact a cultured pearl.

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Lochmann, Rebecca "I Can Prove That Cultured Freshwater Pearls Are The Best Value For The Money." I Can Prove That Cultured Freshwater Pearls Are The Best Value For The Money. 23 Jun. 2010. 11 Feb 2016 <>.

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Lochmann, R (2010, June 23). I Can Prove That Cultured Freshwater Pearls Are The Best Value For The Money. Retrieved February 11, 2016, from

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Lochmann, Rebecca "I Can Prove That Cultured Freshwater Pearls Are The Best Value For The Money"

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