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Frequently Asked Question

  1. How do you store Freshwater Pearl Necklaces?

    Being a soft gemstone, Pearl comes with the potential risk of being scratched by harder gemstone(s). So, it is best to store it separately in a soft pouch or soft-lined jewelry box.

    A word of caution: To keep its moisture locked in, always remember to avoid storing it in airtight containers, safe deposit box, or heated rooms.

  2. Can you shower with Freshwater Pearl Necklace?

    Absolutely not!

    While the water alone cannot damage your Pearl necklace, harmful chemicals from soaps and shampoos can definitely cause it to lose its luster over time.

  3. Can you leave Pearls on all the time?

    Striking a hardness rating of 2.5-4 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale, Pearl is considered a relatively softer gemstone that is more prone to damages. Thus, it naturally calls for more care and attention.

    So, you’re thinking of flaunting your Pearl Necklace everyday, make sure to swear by all the care and maintenance tips.

  4. Do Pearls lose their luster if not worn?

    Not wearing Pearls (for about 4 months or so) can often cause them to dehydrate, which in turn, leads them to lose their luster.

  5. What can damage a Pearl Necklace?

    Exposure to harmful chemicals, acids, alkaline, humidity, and heat can cause the Pearl to lose its luster over time. Besides that, wearing it while taking a shower or indulging in any strenuous activity like gardening, cooking, swimming, washing dishes, etc., can also cause pose risk of accidental damage to your Pearls.

  6. Are Freshwater Pearl Necklaces expensive?

    While the pricing of Freshwater Pearl Necklaces varies based on several factors (such as pearl quality, size, color, necklace length and design, etc.) but they are usually much more affordable than their saltwater counterparts.