Differences Between Freshwater Pearls and Seawater Pearls.
The main differences between freshwater pearls and seawater pearls are as follows: 1. Environment. Seawater pearls are cultivated with nuclei, while freshwater pearls are seedless; 2. Shape. Seawater pearls are mainly round, while freshwater pearls have various shapes; 3. Freshwater pearls have a softer luster than seawater pearls.
1. The production environment is different.
The growth environment of freshwater pearls and seawater pearls is different. In contrast, seawater pearls are more valuable. The organic matter and trace elements in seawater pearls are more comprehensive, and they are more beneficial to human health after wearing them. In this regard, freshwater pearls are more valuable. Pearls are less so.
2. Different shapes.
At the same time, their shapes are also different. Freshwater pearls belong to seedless culture, and their shapes are rich and diverse. The common ones are oblate, oval, nearly round, and special-shaped. In nuclear culture, it is generally a perfect circle.
3. The gloss is different.
In addition, the luster of the two is also very different. The main component of freshwater pearls is nacre, and the surface presents a metallic luster, while the nacre of seawater pearls covers the surface, and its luster is stronger than that of freshwater pearls. Freshwater pearls appear softer.