Saltwater Pearls

Gemstones are indeed a divine gift as they occur from the earth, whether land or water and a type of such precious stone is saltwater pearls. Water is an essential element for a pearl to grow. The second is time. Gemstones are not something that is formed within a few hours or months. They require years and a lot of resources and labor to find. All of these things have an impact on how much gemstones cost.  

So if you are looking for saltwater pearls bulk, Beads of Cambay is the best place to purchase them. 

But before we start, let us understand more about pearls: how they are formed, how many different types there are, and more. 

What is Saltwater Pearls?

A pearl that forms in marine water is a saltwater pearl. It requires a saltwater mollusk to form. There are three marine pearls: fresh South Sea, Akoya, and Tahitian pearls. These pearls can be formed naturally or can be cultured as well. An important note to remember while purchasing saltwater pearls is to ensure that their nacre is thick and will not peel off.

Pearls that are formed in marine waters are more expensive than their freshwater counterparts. Freshwater pearls are easier to cultivate than marine ones. Pearls formed in ocean water also require more resources. And natural saltwater pearls are even rarer.

What is the Difference between Freshwater and Saltwater Pearls?

The critical difference between freshwater and marine pearls is in their names—the water bodies in which they are formed. 

Pearls formed in freshwater bodies such as lakes, rivers, ponds, etc., are called freshwater pearls. And the ones created in marine waters and the oceans are called saltwater pearls

Both types are formed similarly: an irritant enters the mollusk and settles down. A calcium carbonate layer called nacre then comprises the saltwater pearl. Layers of this nacre keep forming around the irritant over the years, which, as a result, creates a pearl. This process applies to both saltwater and freshwater pearls. 

While the saltwater type requires a saltwater mollusk, a freshwater type can be formed with both mollusks. 

Also, this natural process of forming pearls can be cultured. Real saltwater pearls are scarce. Hence, they are cultured, making them more available for purchase. 

And another rule of thumb regarding these pearls is that saltwater ones will always be more expensive than freshwater ones. And naturally occurring pearls will always cost more than cultured ones. 

Why Choose Beadsofcambay To Buy Saltwater Pearls

If you are looking for saltwater cultured pearls, Beads of Cambay is the best place to buy them, as you will get the best quality at the best prices.

We have a vast variety for you to pick from, so if you are looking for Tahitian pearls or South Sea pearls, we have them all. The pearls are available in the prettiest colors and tick all the checkboxes of luster, size, colors, and more. The same goes for Akoya saltwater pearls as well. 

Pearls are a classic, timeless jewel, and we at Beads of Cambay understand that very well. We also have gems for sale for those looking to make bulk purchases. So if you are into jewelry making, Beads of Cambay is your one-stop destination to purchase the jewels. We give the best rates for bulk saltwater pearls, and when you go through our website, you will see it for yourself. 

Saltwater Pearls: Frequently Asked Questions 

What Are The Colors of Saltwater Pearls?

Saltwater pearls come in various colors, which include white, green, black, blue, etc.

And Beads of Cambay has the best quality colored pearls you will get in the market at the best possible rate.

Pearls are a very precious jewel, and we at Beads of Cambay understand this very well. Each saltwater pearl is carefully picked in order to give you the best quality product.  

At Beads of Cambay, you will get not just the best-quality product but impeccable service as well. 

No matter what color of saltwater pearls you choose, their shine is unmatched. We must give you these jewels at the best rates in the market while maintaining their quality. When you purchase it, you'll see it for yourself.

You can order saltwater pearls from Beads of Cambay and see that we keep our word; they are worth the money and are offered at such fantastic prices! 

How Can You Tell If A Saltwater Pearl Is Real?

You can tell if a saltwater pearl is genuine by its luster. It is easy to distinguish a natural pearl's shine from a fake one. The two can also be rubbed together. If the saltwater pearls have friction, they are real gemstones. The friction indicates calcium, which is an essential ingredient when it comes to these gems. Remember the nacre layer that we read about on top? It is formed of calcium carbonate. If the pearls just slip off each other easily, they are likely, not real gemstones. 

If you do not have two pearls to rub against each other, do not worry. You still have your teeth. Just rub them against your teeth; if there is a gritty feel, that means they are real saltwater pearls. The grittiness you feel is calcium, which we have established is another fundamental ingredient in forming a pearl. 

Now that we have spoken about the self-testing of pearls let us discuss purchasing these jewels.

If you have a jewelry business and need to ensure the pearls you source are authentic, we have got you covered. Beads of Cambay has the best saltwater pearls for jewelry making. You will get these gems at the best rates possible if you purchase from us.

Why Are the Saltwater Pearls More Expensive?

Pearls are gemstones that naturally occur underwater. They cannot be man-made. Yes, when it comes to cultured pearls, there is human interference in controlling the environment in which these jewels are formed. However, it cannot be made in any other form; it has to go through a natural process. This is one reason that saltwater pearls are expensive. 

The major factor responsible for its costliness is the water in which it is formed: marine water. Ocean water requires more resources and labor to deal with. This is also why saltwater pearls are rarer and more expensive. 

And when it comes to freshwater, pearls are easier to farm. The pearl farmers have control over the environment of the pearls.

So, these are the factors that determine the saltwater pearls value

Where Can I Find The Best Saltwater Pearls Online? 

You will undoubtedly find the best jewels on the Beads of Cambay website. We are known for giving only the best products to our customers. Our reputation has been built over the years through trusted relationships with customers. So if you are looking for wholesale saltwater pearls, then look no further. We have a wide range for you. These gemstones are known to be expensive, yet we give them to you at the best rates in the market. With Beads of Cambay, you do not have to worry about the price of saltwater pearls. 

Can I Buy Saltwater Pearls Wholesale From BeadsofCambay?

Yes, of course. Beads of Cambay is known for providing the best quality products. So if you are looking for saltwater pearls for sale, you have come to the correct place. We have a vast catalog of pearls for you to pick from, whether freshwater, saltwater, colored, type, etc. And Beads of Cambay has the best saltwater pearls wholesale rates that you will get in the market. 

Additionally, it is important to take proper care of these jewels. Even though the product you receive will be of the highest quality, you will still have to take good care of it. But this is simple too. 

A saltwater pearl is the most expensive type of pearl. It is rare. It requires a lot of labor and resources to get to you. All of these factors are responsible for its price. So it is natural that you must take good care of them. 

And to do so, you must clean the saltwater pearls with a fresh, damp, soft cloth to remove any dirt or dust on the surface, and ensure you keep it in a pouch or box before you keep it with the other jewelry. This will guarantee no scratches on it due to the other jewelry.