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FAQs about Pearl Necklaces
Real pearl necklaces are available at a wide range of price points, from pearl pendants starting under one hundred dollars to stunning fine pearl strand necklaces going for tens of thousands of dollars. Natural pearls formed in wild oysters are incredibly rare and generally not found on the market. Instead, nearly all pearls are cultured, and cultured pearl necklaces are every bit as beautiful, every bit as real and come at a much more affordable cost. Learn more about pearls in our detailed pearl education guide.
Pearl necklaces have always been a favourite of royalty, celebrities and fashionable American politicians, gracing the necks of Princess Diana, Audrey Hepburn and, more recently, Kamala Harris. These classic and versatile gemstones are still very much in style, from bold multi-strand pieces to delicate pendants that make a more subtle statement. With so many options, it’s easy to dazzle in a lustrous pearl necklace that looks as chic today as ever.
Pearl necklaces have traditionally been seen as formal jewellery, with shorter styles exuding a more sophisticated appeal. Today, it's becoming common to see pearls worn with everyday outfits as well. Pearl pendants or pearl strand necklaces make a fantastic pairing with a casual top and your favourite jeans. South Sea cultured pearl necklaces with larger pearls make gorgeous statement pieces, while Tahitian cultured pearl necklaces are great for adding a subtle pop of colour to your ensemble.
When shopping for pearl necklaces, you want to be sure you are getting the real thing. Fake pearls made of glass or plastic have a perfectly smooth surface. Real pearls, because they are formed in living oysters, have a slightly uneven surface and vary in size, colour and lustre. The best way to ensure that your pearls are real is to buy from a trusted retailed like us.
The four main kinds of cultured pearls are South Sea, Akoya, Tahitian and freshwater. Akoya pearl necklaces are the most popular due to their classic look, while freshwater pearl necklaces have a similar style at a more affordable price. South Sea pearl necklaces offer pearls of exceptional size and smoothness, and Tahitian pearl necklaces are known for their deep hues of black, purple, blue and green.