Our mesmerizing collection of Japanese cultured pearl rings will add stars to the charming personality of the women who love making statement of their personal style. Coming from the Akoya oysters, they are often called as Akoya pearls and are cherished for their delicate hues in rings. The unmatched elegance of the these pearls helped our team to experiment their versatility while crafting Akoya pearl rings in various styles such as the most popular Japanese cultured pearl solitaire rings.
Emphasis is laid upon assuring the quality of Japanese cultured pearl rings by our team so that the rings reaching your doorstop vouch for the fine craftsmanship. And only after ensuring the quality of the Akoya Pearls, they are chosen for fitting in rings befitting the ring style.
Akoya pearl rings symbolize sincerity and innocence, they are believed to bring truth and purity to the wearer.
The Japanese Cultured Pearl is known for neutral body colors with overtones of white to gray, pink, green or silver. Very rarely, they might be blue with silver and pink overtones.
The sizes of Akoya pearls can vary from 2 mm to 9 mm and on rare occasion can even be over 9.5 mm. Such exceptional sizes fetch exceptional prices for Japanese cultured pearl rings.
Luster is the glow that comes from within a Japanese Cultured pearl through the nacre layers. By far, it is the most important factor to define the grade of pearls.
The smoother the surface of the nacre layer is the higher is the grade of the Japanese Cultured pearl and more is the price it will fetch.
A well layered and thick nacre in Japanese Cultured pearl will not just determine the appearance but will also help it last longer over years.
A perfect round shape is the highest grading score any pearl can fetch, however, other popular shapes drop, button and baroques don’t quite fall behind.
Japanese Cultured Pearls are formed as a defense mechanism of mollusks when an irritant gets trapped inside the mollusk. In case of natural pearls, the formation takes place naturally but it is not the case with cultured pearls, which are formed with the help of human intervention when an irritant is introduced in the Akoya oysters.
When it comes to Japanese Cultured Pearl Ring, the simple rule of thumb is to wear them last and take off first. Use of hairspray, lotion or perfume can dull the luster of the pearl. After their use, wipe them with soft tissue or cloth before putting them back. The organic gem must be kept in soft cloth bag to help them breathe.
While setting out to buy Japanese cultured pearl rings, though it needs a trained eye to check the authenticity of the pearls yet one can always ask for proper certifications, like the SGL certification.
On an average, a Japanese Cultured pearl can fetch an average price of $150-$300 per carat.
The naturally occurring Akoya pearls are produced by the pincada fucata martensii, a type of saltwater oysters.