Frequently Asked Question

  1. Can you shower with South Sea Pearl Earrings?

    It is always advisable to take off your Golden Pearl Earrings before hopping in the shower since over exposure to chemicals from soaps and shampoos can cause your Pearl to lose its luster.

  2. What to look for when buying South Sea Pearls?

    If you’re scouting for a high quality South Sea Pearl, it is advisable to look after the following quality determinants:

    • Luster: Pearls that showcase a bright and sharp luster are considered most desirable.

    • Color: Golden Pearls that stand out for their rich, evenly saturated, and intense gold color fetch more value any day.

    • Surface Quality: While there is no denying that it is near impossible to come across Pearls that boast an absolutely flawless surface, but if it is too rough and crowded with inclusions, that might affect the durability and desirability of the Pearl.

    • Nacre Quality: Always go for a South Sea Pearl that possesses a thick nacre. That would keep the Pearl from appearing dull or chalky, which in turn helps enhance its luster and durability.

    • Shape: While Round Pearls are the most rare and valuable, other shapes like barboque, oval, and Pear are also considered desirable.

    • Size: The most valuable South Sea Pearls are mostly significantly large in size.

  3. What is the rarest color of South Sea Pearls?

    South Sea Pearls that exhibit a beautiful Gold color are the rarest to come across.

  4. What does South Sea Pearl symbolize?

    South Sea Pearl Earrings are held in high regard as the symbol of prosperity, luck, good fortune, luxury, and refinement. Besides that, being a Pearl, this Golden sparkler is also known to signify purity, innocence, and beauty.

  5. Do Golden Pearl Earrings break easily?

    If not cared for the right manner, they might.

    Unfortunately, South Sea Pearl is a relatively soft gemstone that strikes a mere hardness rating of 2.5 to 4 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale. So naturally, they’re always more prone to damages and breakage. But the good news is- if you follow all the professionally prescribed precautions and maintenance tips, you can rest assured about the safety of your Golden Pearl Earrings.

  6. Why is South Sea Pearl so expensive?

    Well technically, South Sea Pearls take much longer to be cultivated, which makes them a relatively rare gemstone. So naturally, Golden Pearl Earrings are most expensive and valuable.

  7. What zodiac signs should wear Pearls?

    Astrologically, wearing South Sea Pearl Earrings is recommended to those native to the zodiac signs of Aries, Pisces, Scorpio, and Cancer.