Pearl is always regarded as a treasure from the ocean bed. Well known for its purity and bright radiance, the common belief is that it brings good luck to people who are ready to start a new life. That is the reason; the pearl is slowly starting to come closer to diamonds as wedding jewellery. Pearl rings, double pearl earrings, necklaces, bracelets etc., have a good market in today’s world. The finer the shape, the greater it costs.
Sadly, pearl jewellery like double pearl earrings, bracelets are also one of the most replicated kinds of ornaments. It is easy to create a fake pearl and sell it in the world. Though it looks like original in the first glance, over time the shine fades and loses its beauty, it becomes inappropriate to wear such fake jewels in a public gathering. Even if it is not evident that it is fake, who will be interested in buying such stuff? So, never fall for the cheap price offered for a fake pearl.
There are artificial pearls too available in the market. But it is an altogether different story. Natural pearls are the ones which are formed when a dust particle or debris enters the oyster. The oyster as self-protection, starts coating it with a hard wrote substance which happens to have a glowing radiance. After many such coatings, one over the other, the shiny pearl will be formed inside the oyster which will be retrieved and sold. This is how a natural pearl is formed.
Artificial pearls are also formed in a similar way but in a secluded environment. Purposely the dust particles are injected in an oyster and allowed to develop. After a predefined time, the pearls will be extracted from the oyster. The culture can be used to obtain pearls of various sizes and shapes.
These pearls can be processed and strung together to form bracelets, earrings and necklaces. With proper marketing and promotion, the demand for pearls can be improved. The day in which pearls will be regarded equal to diamonds is not too far.