Here Are Some Types of Pearl
Types of Saltwater Pearls
South Sea and Tahitian Pearls
Types of Freshwater Pearls
Biwa Pearls Lake Biwa is Japan’s biggest lake and was the first freshwater culturing place. Biwa pearls are remarked for their top quality surface and excellent lustre. They don’t have a nucleus as the mussel won’t receive one, and as a consequence, some unusual shapes can happen.
The colours vary from creamy-white to white-rose, salmon-orange, dark wine, red and violet. Various freshwater pearls on the business are called Biwa pearls, despite being developed in China. This is done to impress or convince customers and to earn higher prices.