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5mm Freshwater Pearl Necklace Sale price€53,95 EUR
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5mm Freshwater Pearl Bracelet Sale price€31,95 EUR
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8mm Freshwater Pearl Necklace Sale price€57,95 EUR
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8mm Freshwater Pearl Bracelet Sale price€35,95 EUR
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Pearl Set (Custom Pendant Choice) Sale price From €91,95 EUR
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Pearl Set (Custom Pendant Choice) (Gold) Sale price From €96,95 EUR
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Welcome to our pearl jewellery collection! We are thrilled to offer a range of stunning pearl pieces from our statement collective collection, including freshwater pearl necklaces, pearl sets, pearl necklaces with custom pendant choices, and freshwater pearl bracelets.

Pearls are a timeless and elegant choice for jewellery, and our collection features a range of styles to suit every taste. From classic pearl strands to modern and contemporary designs, we have something for everyone. We also offer a range of colours, from classic white to iridescent pink and blue tones, so that you can find the perfect match for your outfit.



Benefits of Pearl Jewellery

In addition to their beauty, pearl jewellery is also highly versatile. Our freshwater pearl necklaces and bracelets can be dressed up or down, making them perfect for formal occasions and everyday wear. And with the option to choose your custom pendant for your pearl necklace, you can create a truly unique and personal piece.

At Statement Collective, we are committed to offering high-quality pearl jewellery that is both stylish and affordable. So shop our collection today and find the perfect pearl piece to add to your jewellery box.

  • Our pearl jewellery is made with high-quality materials and attention to detail. We use only genuine freshwater pearls in our pieces, ensuring they are of the highest quality and will stand the test of time.
  • Our pearl pieces are also carefully crafted by skilled artisans who take pride in their work. Each piece is hand-assembled to ensure that it is of the highest quality and meets our strict standards.
  • Our pearl jewellery is perfect for gift-giving, whether for a special occasion like a birthday or anniversary or to show someone you care. Our pearl pieces come beautifully packaged, making them thoughtful and memorable gifts.
  • Our pearl jewellery is also highly durable and long-lasting. Freshwater pearls are known for their strong and lustrous nacre, and our pieces are carefully crafted to ensure that they can withstand everyday wear.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is a freshwater pearl?

A freshwater pearl is a type of pearl formed in freshwater mussels. It is the most commonly used type of pearl for jewellery and can come in various shapes, sizes, and colours. Freshwater pearls are typically less expensive than saltwater pearls, making them a popular choice for jewellery makers.

How much is a freshwater pearl worth?

The value of freshwater pearls depends on their size, shape, colour, and lustre. Generally, small pearls are worth less than larger ones, and those with an off-round shape are less valuable than perfectly round ones. The colour and lustre also impact the value; pearls with soft colours and high lustre are more valuable than those with duller colours. A freshwater pearl can be worth anywhere from $1 to $500.

What is a cultured freshwater pearl?

A cultured freshwater pearl is a type of pearl created in a controlled environment by introducing a foreign object into the mantle of an oyster. The oyster then secretes nacre, which builds around the object to form a pearl. These pearls are typically rounder and smoother than their saltwater counterparts.

What does cultured freshwater pearl mean?

A cultured freshwater pearl is a type of pearl that has been grown and harvested in a controlled environment, usually in a mussel or oyster. They are created when an irritant, such as a bead or piece of tissue, is placed inside the mollusc. The mollusc then secretes nacre to coat the irritant, creating the pearl. Cultured freshwater pearls are most commonly used for jewellery and can be found in various shapes, sizes, and colours.

How to care for freshwater pearl jewellery

To care for freshwater pearl jewellery, store it in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. It is also important to avoid contact with chemicals and other substances that could damage the pearls. Use a soft cloth, warm soapy water, or specialised pearl cleaner when cleaning your jewellery. Avoid using harsh detergents or abrasives, as this may scratch the surface of the pearl.

How do you tell if a pearl is freshwater or saltwater?

Freshwater pearls tend to have a more irregular shape than saltwater pearls, which have a more symmetrical appearance. Additionally, freshwater pearls usually have a matte finish with some light spotting, while saltwater pearls typically have a higher lustre and fewer blemishes. Lastly, the size of the pearl can also be an indicator; freshwater pearls tend to be smaller than saltwater ones.

How to clean freshwater pearl necklace

To clean a freshwater pearl necklace:

1. Mix a solution of warm water and mild soap

2. Soak the necklace in the solution for approximately 10 minutes.

3. Use a soft-bristled toothbrush to gently scrub the pearls and remove any dirt or residue.

4. Rinse the necklace thoroughly with clean water and pat it dry with a soft cloth.

5. Store your necklace in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight.

What is a freshwater pearl vs cultured

Freshwater pearls are natural pearls found in freshwater mussels. They are usually smaller and more irregularly shaped than cultured pearls. Cultured pearls, on the other hand, are created by inserting a small bead or nucleus into an oyster or mussel. The oyster then coats the nucleus with layers of nacre, resulting in a pearl of much higher quality than a naturally occurring one.