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Pearl Anklets

Pearl Center Station Anklet
Pearl Center Station Anklet has two oval freshwater pearls on each side of a larger round center pearl...(more info)
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Silver and Pearl Anklet
Silver and Pearl Anklet - 5mm white freshwater pearls spaced with sterling silver twisted tube beads...(more info)
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Peacock Pearl and Crystal
Peacock Pearl and Crystal Anklet made with gray peacock freshwater pearls, Swarovski crystal, and Czech glass...(more info)
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Pearl Anklet
Pearl Anklet- a 4.5-5mm strand of high-quality cultured freshwater pearls with a sterling silver clasp...(more info)
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White Pearl Dangle Anklet
White Pearl Dangle Anklet - Wire wrapped pearl and silver tassles swing freely as you walk...(more info)
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Pink Pearl and Silver Anklet
Silver and Pink Pearl Anklet - 5mm pink freshwater pearls in colors ranging from peach tones to a light mauve with lavender tones....(more info)
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Multi-color Freshwater Pearl Anklet
Multi-color Pearl Ankle Bracelet - 5mm freshwater pearls in pink, lavender, peach, and white tones...(more info)
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Peacock Pearl and Crystal Anklet
Peacock Pearl and Crystal Anklet
Crystal and White Pearl
Crystal and White Pearl
Green Pearl and Stone Anklet
Green Pearl and Stone Anklet
Bronze Pearl and Czech Glass Anklet
Copper-Bronze Pearl &
Czech Glass Anklet

The Cultured Pearl Process

pearls from farm before being sorted Recent advancements in pearl farming has created a natural finish with a high luster. Creating cultured pearls is a long process that requires exact growing conditions. The main difference between cultured pearls and those naturally occuring, is the way the pearl development begins. Naturally occuring pearls are quite rare, and in the case of freshwater types, not usually suitable as gem material.

With freshwater pearls, the host mollusk is first allowed to grow for 1-2 years before beginning the process. After starting the pearl 'seed', the mollusk is again allowed to grow from 3-5 years while the pearl develops. Once the pearls are developed, they are harvested. The pearls will have many different shapes, and a wide range of colors. (See pic.) They are then sorted by size, quality and color. Next, they are drilled, and strung on temporary strands.

Once we hand pick strands that meet our quality standards, we re-sort, match and discard individual pearls that do not meet our guidelines. We put emphasis on surface, or nacre quality and consistent color over perfect roundness.