7 Ways to Tell You How to Recognize Natural Pearls and Plastic Pearls.

What are Akoya Pearls?

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What are Akoya Pearls?

Akoya is the name of its mother oyster(Pinctada fucata martensii), also known as the Japanese Pearl, which is mainly produced in the Seto Inland Sea in Japan's Mie, Hiroshi and Ehime Prefectures.   Japanese akoya pearl with perfect round shapes, bright mirror-like luster and natural colors, akoya pearls are favored by most retailers and consumers as the classic pearl choice. Unlike South Sea pearl, the size of Akoya pearl is generally between 4.0-8.0mm in diameter, It rarely to reach 9-10mm. When it comes to South-Sea pearls, usually the thickness is more than 1.00mm because basically South-Sea pearls are large. But the...

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7 Ways to Tell You How to Recognize Natural Pearls and Plastic Pearls.

Posted by alice chan on

7 Ways to Tell You How to Recognize Natural Pearls and Plastic Pearls.

As the birthstone of June, the pearl has the reputation of “Queen of Gems”, The warm and soft light of the pearls has caused countless women to dump it. However, there are some fake and inferior pearls on the market today. In order to prevent being deceived, there are several fairly simple methods to help you identify the true and false pearls and buy satisfactory pearl jewelry.   1: ABS Plastic Imitation Pearls ABS resin is one of the five synthetic resins with excellent impact resistance, heat resistance, low temperature resistance and electrical properties. It is also easy to process...

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