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Timeless elegance


The beauty of pearls

Pearls, mysterious treasures from the depth of the waters, exert a magical and mysterious fascination on us. For millennia, they have been regarded as symbols of purity, luck, wealth, and beauty. They have retained their deep symbolism to this day.

The proper care

Pearls should be protected from all types of cosmetic and chemical products, such as deodorants, perfumes, hand creams, chlorine, cleaning agents, etc. These can damage the delicate surface of the pearls and cause permanent harm. Additionally, it's important to protect pearls from excessive heat and direct sunlight, as these factors can cause them to lose their natural color and shine. Ideally, pearls should be stored separately from other jewelry pieces in a soft fabric pouch to prevent scratches and damage. Occasionally, you should also have your pearl jewelry professionally cleaned.

South Sea Pearls

South Sea pearls are high-quality organic gemstones cultivated in the saltwater regions of the South Seas, including Australia, Indonesia, the Philippines and Myanmar. These pearls develop in the Pinctada maxima oysters that inhabit the clear waters of the South Seas.

Baroque Pearls

Baroque pearls are not their own kind of pearl, instead, they represent irregularly shaped pearls that naturally lack a perfectly round or symmetrical form. Baroque pearls can come in various sizes, colors and shapes, their imperfection is often considered a charming and unique characteristic. Due to this natural diversity, they are typically more affordable than perfectly round or symmetrical pearls.

Akoya Pearls

Akoya pearls are high-quality saltwater pearls that originate from the Pinctada fucata martensii oysters. This species of oyster is primarily cultivated in the coastal waters of Japan and China, with a cultivation period usually lasting about 1.5 to 2 years. Akoya pearls are particularly known for their round shape, high quality and radiant luster. They are highly popular and considered timeless classics.

Real or fake?

You can determine the authenticity of pearls based on various characteristics. Genuine pearls have small irregularities on their surface while fake pearls usually have a flawlessly smooth exterior. This may sound a little strange, but you can also gently rub the pearl against your teeth - if the pearl feels slightly rough, then it's real. Under a magnifying glass, you can also see fine growth structures, which are very important as they indicate the authenticity of the pearl. Due to their natural development, genuine pearls are usually heavier than plastic imitations. However, if you're unsure, then we would advise you to consult an expert.