Types of Pearls

As many of us know pearls come in a variety of shapes, sizes, and colours, and are very much defined by their pearl category.  The most commonly known pearl types available today, include Freshwater, Akoya, Tahitian, South Sea Cultured Pearls.  

Freshwater pearls are the most affordable pearls on the market and are known for their baroque shape and pastel colours. Moreover, Akoya pearls have been the pearl of choice for many buyers, and is probably one of the most popular pearls in the market. Tahitian pearls are the most unique in their appearance, often referred to as being 'black', and come in a variety of exotic hues. On the other hand, South Sea pearls come in a vast selection of colours, ranging from white to gold.

Customers may feel free to visit their nearest Vascas outlet in order to have a look at our entire pearl collection. Moreover, customers may also have their own pearl jewellery strung by our in-house pearl expert, having over 30 experience in the industry.

Gem Quality Pearls

For thousands of  years,  pearls have signified beauty and purity. In the modern world, pearls are now seen as being both timeless and contemporary jewellery pieces that are available in many more styles and designs. Cultivating, delicate and endlessly classic, our beautiful collection of gem quality pearl jewellery revamps this timeless jewel in a modern aura.  Our Pearl collection features a variety pearls incorporated into elegant jewellery pieces in designs you would have never imagined. We offer a selection of pearls including luxury Yoko Pearls , all available in different sizes and shapes, all aimed at adding a dainty and feminine edge to any look.

For more on our pearl jewellery, feel free to contact your nearest Vascas Outlet.

 

Pearl Care

When buying pearl jewellery, every customer should understand the various ways on how to care for these resilient jewellery pieces. These precious stones are organic, and do not react well with any form of acid, alkaline and humidity. In order to ensure that your pearls remain radiant over time, it is important to avoid any contact with cosmetics, perfume and other beauty products. 

Furthermore, the luster of all pearl jewellery can easily be damaged through perspiration. In order to prevent this from happening, we advise all our clientele to gently wipe their pearl jewellery with a soft cloth before placing them in your jewellery box.

As the saying goes " Pearls Want To Be Worn", and this is certainly true! 





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Types of Pearls
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