Freshwater Pearl Beads
Most freshwater pearl beads are grown in a relatively closed water environment and have different shapes. They have a round shape, potato shape, button shape, and various shapes. There are generally three natural colors of freshwater pearls, white, pink and purple. Compared with seawater pearls, the color is not so rich. Each freshwater shell can form 10-15 freshwater pearls, while each seawater mother of pearl can only form one saltwater pearl. Because the output of freshwater pearls is higher than seawater pearls, and the cost-effectiveness of freshwater pearls is much higher than seawater pearls, freshwater pearls are popular among designers and consumers in pearl types. White freshwater pearls can be used not only in the jewelry industry but also in clothing accessories. With the increasingly exquisite craftsmanship and processing technology, pearl jewelry will become more exquisite and more catering to the market.