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Frequently Asked Question

  1. Are South Sea Pearls valuable?

    All thanks to their rarity, luxurious appeal, and large sizes, South Sea Pearls are deemed most valuable among all the other Pearl varieties.

  2. How can you tell if Golden Pearls are real?
    • It is completely natural for a Golden Pearl to possess some imperfections over the surface. What is not normal is for it to be too perfect or spherical (which often is the case with synthetic Pearls). So, taking a good look at your Pearl (maybe under 10X magnification) might just tell you of its authenticity.

    • A good quality Pearl will always stand out for its bright and sharp luster (to an extent that you can even see your own reflection on it). So, if that isn’t the case with your Pearl, it might as well be a fake one (except if it is a low-quality one).

    • You might have noticed that most of the South Sea Pearls are desired for boasting beautiful overtones. In the case of Golden Pearls, they are often of rose, champagne, silver, bronze, or neutral gold color. So while looking for an overtone isn’t a 100 % effective method for examining the authenticity (since all the Real pearls out there won’t necessarily exhibit an overtone), but since it’s extremely uncommon for a synthetic Pearl to showcase it, it won’t hurt to give this test a try.

  3. What is more expensive South Sea Pearl or Freshwater Pearl?

    South Sea Pearl Necklaces are usually more expensive than their freshwater counterparts since they take longer to cultivate, are much rarer, and larger in size.

  4. What does Golden Pearl symbolize?

    True to its luxurious hue, a Golden Pearl Necklace is treasured as the symbol of success, wealth, royalty, and prosperity. Besides that, being a Pearl, it is often regarded as the epitome of purity, new beginnings, peace, innocence, wisdom, and beauty.

  5. What is the most popular color of South Sea Pearls?

    Without a shred of doubt, deep Gold is the most popular (and valuable) color of South Sea Pearls.

  6. Are Golden Pearls durable and suitable for everyday wear?

    Golden Pearls strike a hardness rating of 2.5 to 4 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale, which makes them a relatively soft gemstone that is vulnerable to breakage, scratching, and chipping.

    So while it’s best to save it for special occasions, it is advisable to swear by all the necessary precautions and maintenance tips to keep it from wear and tear of regular use in case you’re looking to slip it on everyday.