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About Pearl Strands

Think about a timeless piece of jewelry, and a pearl strand necklace is most likely going to cross your mind. It is sure to add a touch of sophistication to almost any outfit; be it a corporate suit or a gown for an after-hours party. And at Angara, we give you variety of pearls to choose from, each beautiful in their own way. Here are some interesting details about all of them…

* Freshwater cultured pearls: When it comes to jewelry, these are perhaps the most frequently used. They look very similar to Akoya pearls but are relatively much more affordable.

* Akoya cultured pearls: They are primarily found in Japan and are cultured in the Akoya oyster. In comparison to freshwater pearls, they are smoother and rounder. They are also known for having a very high degree of luster.

* South Sea cultured pearls: These beauties are the largest and the rarest of all cultured pearls. They are sourced from Philippines and Australia and are revered for their satiny soft glow.

* Golden South Sea cultured pearls: They are extremely sought-after and are renowned for their warm golden hue and remarkable luster. They also have the thickest average nacre among all cultured pearls.

* Tahitian cultured pearls: These are considered the most exotic among all cultured pearls, mainly due to their dark and distinct hue, which is completely natural. Born within the black-lip pearl oyster, they showcase a very high degree of luster.

No matter which pearl you pick, a necklace adorned this enticing gem is most certainly going to be a worthwhile investment. Wait no more; begin your search for the perfect strand of pearls at Angara right away.

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