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Pink Pearls

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The Pearl Source has an incredible selection of pink pearl jewelry, from dainty stud earrings to classic strands; we've got something for everyone.

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"Great set of Pearl Earrings and well priced. Wife loves them. Bought as a surprise gift with shipment being super quick and efficient. Great customer service. Overall very impressed and pleased. Thank you!!"
"Great set of Pearl Earrings and well priced. Wife loves them. Bought as a surprise gift with shipment being super quick and efficient. Great customer service. Overall very impressed and pleased. Thank you!!"
Sep 27, 2020
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Buying Guide & Tips for Pink Pearls:

Pink pearls - pearls for any occasion

Pink is one of the most popular pearl colours for jewellery on the market, other than classic white. Fans of the gems love the way pink pearls give their look a unique twist and pop of colour. Some pearls are naturally pink, while others are dyed to take on this delicate hue. Either way, you'll look amazing wearing cultured pink pearls for any occasion.

Naturally Coloured Cultured Freshwater Pink Pearls

If you're looking for cultured pink pearls that are naturally coloured, Freshwater is the way to go. All naturally pink pearls are formed inside Freshwater pearl mussels. These gems come in various hues of rose, gold, and aquamarine, with undertones of gold or beige.

The cultured gemstones range in sizes between 4mm to 12mm, with average freshwater pearl sizes being 6mm to 9.5mm. However, experiments are being done on "Edison Pearls," which are growing to sizes up to 16mm.

Pink pearls give any look a radiant glow, from a casual outfit to elegant attire. This beautiful pearl colour is popular for pearl earrings, necklaces, bracelets, and pendants.

Dyed Cultured Pink Pearls

Cultured Freshwater pearls are the only ones that are naturally pink. Therefore, pearl types such as Akoya, Hanadama, and White South Sea white pearls, are often dyed, commonly transformed into pink pearls.

Dyed pink pearls will generally have brighter hues than naturally coloured ones. If you choose to go this route, make sure pearls are dyed by a professional. You want your dyed pearls to look as natural as possible.

Here at The Pearl Source, we only sell high-quality, real cultured pearls. Our online pearl jewellery store has a complete selection of pink pearl jewellery for any occasion. Visit our online store and see what we have to offer today.