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FAQs about Akoya Pearl Jewellery
Clean your Akoya pearls after every wear to keep them looking as luminous as the day you bought them. For a quick refresh, wipe your Akoya pearls down with a soft cloth. Deep clean them occasionally using gentle soap and water. Do not submerge pearl strands in water to avoid weakening the thread when cleaning them. Be sure to put your Akoya pearls on last, and take them off first to protect your jewellery from interacting with your body care products. Keep your pearls inside a cloth pouch to protect them from scratching against other jewellery or hard surfaces. We offer cleaning and repair services for all of our Akoya pearl jewellery.
When you picture a classic strand of pearls, Akoya pearls are most likely to spring to mind. Akoya pearls are an abundant, cultured saltwater pearl known for their white colour and perfectly round shape. What makes Akoya pearls so special is their incredibly high lustre, which gives the pearl a mirror-like effect. They are also the birthstone for June.
Akoya pearls get their name from the Japanese "Akoya" oyster, or Pinctada Fucata Martensii, the smallest oyster in the world.