Sunday, 29 August 2021

Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2

Pearls from freshwater, sold by IndiaMart

You may read part 1 (previous post):

There are plenty variables, but some factors that determine pearl’s price in the commercial market include:

- colors
- shape and size
- origin (from what oceans)
- whether come from cultured or wild oysters or clams or mussels

Yes, oceanic pearls more famous and expensive compared to their freshwater “fellows.”

Three famous origin of pearls are from:

- South sea pearls, price from US$ 1,000 to US$ 100,000
- Tahitian pearls, price from US$ 500 to US$ 25,000.
- Japanese pearls, cost from US$ 300 to US$ 10,000.


Pearl colors (credit to Alibaba)

Several well know colors for both freshwater and saltwater pearls are:

- golden yellow
- purple
- black
- white
- chocolate
- pink
- silver gray
- cream

Then, Why Freshwater Pearls are Less Expensive? It is because freshwater mussels could produce 30 pearls, while sea water oysters produce 1 pearl only at once.

Do you interest to have pearls?

Freshwater or saltwater pearls?

20 comments:

  1. Olá, amiga!
    Lindas pérolas aqui nos mostras!
    Cores muito lindas.
    Parabéns!

    Votos de uma excelente semana!

    Beijinhos!

    Mário Margaride

    http://poesiaaquiesta.blogspot.com

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
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      Pearls from freshwater, sold by IndiaMart

      You may read part 1 (previous post):

      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1
      There are plenty variables, but some factors that determine pearl’s price in the commercial market include:

      - colors
      - shape and size
      - origin (from what oceans)
      - whether come from cultured or wild oysters or clams or mussels
      Yes, oceanic pearls more famous and expensive compared to their freshwater “fellows.”

      Three famous origin of pearls are from:

      - South sea pearls, price from US$ 1,000 to US$ 100,000
      - Tahitian pearls, price from US$ 500 to US$ 25,000.
      - Japanese pearls, cost from US$ 300 to US$ 10,000.

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearl colors (credit to Alibaba)

      Several well know colors for both freshwater and saltwater pearls are:

      - golden yellow
      - purple
      - black
      - white
      - chocolate
      - pink
      - silver gray
      - cream

      Then, Why Freshwater Pearls are Less Expensive? It is because freshwater mussels could produce 30 pearls, while sea water oysters produce 1 pearl only at once.

      Do you interest to have pearls?

      Freshwater or saltwater pearls?

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  3. Tengo perlas, pero son heredadas de mi abuela materna y me da miedo ponermelas y estropearlas

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearls from freshwater, sold by IndiaMart

      You may read part 1 (previous post):

      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

      There are plenty variables, but some factors that determine pearl’s price in the commercial market include:

      - colors
      - shape and size
      - origin (from what oceans)
      - whether come from cultured or wild oysters or clams or mussels
      Yes, oceanic pearls more famous and expensive compared to their freshwater “fellows.”

      Three famous origin of pearls are from:
      - South sea pearls, price from US$ 1,000 to US$ 100,000
      - Tahitian pearls, price from US$ 500 to US$ 25,000.
      - Japanese pearls, cost from US$ 300 to US$ 10,000.

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  5. Acho lindas como pérolas, ainda que não seja muito chegado a joias. De toda forma, gostei do post! Meu abraço, boa semana.

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearl colors (credit to Alibaba)

      Several well know colors for both freshwater and saltwater pearls are:

      - golden yellow
      - purple
      - black
      - white
      - chocolate
      - pink
      - silver gray
      - cream

      Then, Why Freshwater Pearls are Less Expensive? It is because freshwater mussels could produce 30 pearls, while sea water oysters produce 1 pearl only at once.

      Do you interest to have pearls?

      Freshwater or saltwater pearls?

      Delete
  6. Interesante lo que compartes amiga. Espero estés bien, cuídate mucho. Saludos.

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearls from freshwater, sold by IndiaMart

      You may read part 1 (previous post):
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

      There are plenty variables, but some factors that determine pearl’s price in the commercial market include:
      - colors
      - shape and size
      - origin (from what oceans)
      - whether come from cultured or wild oysters or clams or mussels

      Yes, oceanic pearls more famous and expensive compared to their freshwater “fellows.”

      Three famous origin of pearls are from:
      - South sea pearls, price from US$ 1,000 to US$ 100,000
      - Tahitian pearls, price from US$ 500 to US$ 25,000.
      - Japanese pearls, cost from US$ 300 to US$ 10,000.

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  7. Interesantes reportaje.
    Saludos

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearl colors (credit to Alibaba)

      Several well know colors for both freshwater and saltwater pearls are:
      - golden yellow
      - purple
      - black
      - white
      - chocolate
      - pink
      - silver gray
      - cream

      Then, Why Freshwater Pearls are Less Expensive? It is because freshwater mussels could produce 30 pearls, while sea water oysters produce 1 pearl only at once.

      Do you interest to have pearls?

      Freshwater or saltwater pearls?

      Delete
  8. I have learned interesting new things about pearls in your post.
    Have a great weekend, my dear friend.
    Kisses.

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearls from freshwater, sold by IndiaMart

      You may read part 1 (previous post):
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

      There are plenty variables, but some factors that determine pearl’s price in the commercial market include:
      - colors
      - shape and size
      - origin (from what oceans)
      - whether come from cultured or wild oysters or clams or mussels

      Yes, oceanic pearls more famous and expensive compared to their freshwater “fellows.”

      Three famous origin of pearls are from:
      - South sea pearls, price from US$ 1,000 to US$ 100,000
      - Tahitian pearls, price from US$ 500 to US$ 25,000.
      - Japanese pearls, cost from US$ 300 to US$ 10,000.

      Delete
  9. Our Lady of Lourdes, intercede for me and my family, cover us with your sacred mantle, I thank you in the name of the father of the child and the holy spirit amen 🙏

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearl colors (credit to Alibaba)

      Several well know colors for both freshwater and saltwater pearls are:
      - golden yellow
      - purple
      - black
      - white
      - chocolate
      - pink
      - silver gray
      - cream

      Then, Why Freshwater Pearls are Less Expensive? It is because freshwater mussels could produce 30 pearls, while sea water oysters produce 1 pearl only at once.

      Do you interest to have pearls?

      Freshwater or saltwater pearls?

      Delete
  10. Que belleza interesante descripción!! Un abrazo

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    1. Thanks-
      Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 2
      -
      Pearls from freshwater, sold by IndiaMart

      You may read part 1 (previous post):
      - Are Freshwater Pearls Less Expensive? - Part 1

      There are plenty variables, but some factors that determine pearl’s price in the commercial market include:
      - colors
      - shape and size
      - origin (from what oceans)
      - whether come from cultured or wild oysters or clams or mussels

      Yes, oceanic pearls more famous and expensive compared to their freshwater “fellows.”

      Three famous origin of pearls are from:
      - South sea pearls, price from US$ 1,000 to US$ 100,000
      - Tahitian pearls, price from US$ 500 to US$ 25,000.
      - Japanese pearls, cost from US$ 300 to US$ 10,000.

      Delete

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