...exploiting the natural beauty of gemstone in our unique designer jewellery
White pearl option, Kyousha freshwater pearl jewellery collection
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TODAY, THE FINEST CULTURED PEARLS
can rival natural pearls in quality, though for
many it is the diversity of cultured pearls which
intensifies their appeal. In addition to natural variations, a wide variety of colours can be produced by introducing  different elements into the water in which the pearls are cultured. Alongside this, the availability of a diversity of shapes ranging from the traditional round to the ‘rice krispie’, has secured pearls a firm place in the contemporary jewellery industry  
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ABOUT YOUR PEARLS
PEARLS HAVE BEEN HELD IN ESTEEM
for many centuries, being considered the most magical and feminine of all gems, and are the oldest gem known to humankind. It is said that the an entire Roman military campaign was financed by the sale of a single
pearl earring! Pearl oysters were highly prized, but at best
they could be relied upon to produce only one pearl.
Fortunately for those of us of more meagre financial
means, pearls have been made affordable due to the
development by the Japanese of a method of culturing
pearls artificially. This is done by introducing a
foreign body into the host mollusc (these days
commonly a piece of mussel shell rather than
the grain of sand which might create a natural
pearl) which then secretes a pearly substance
called nacre to protect itself from the irritant

A selection of freshwater pearl colours

For information about caring for your pearls, CLICK HERE