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FAQ - What are the pearl certificates?

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How to take care of pearls

How to select

Value factors

Freshwater vs Saltwater (Akoya)

Types of Cultured Pearls

Cultured pearls vs natural pearls

Origin of Pearls

Pearl Colors and Overtones

I'm not sure which pearls to select?

How can I tell if my pearls are real?

How do I pick the perfect pearl color?

Cultured pearls vs natural pearls

Choosing your Freshwater Pearls

Real and Imitation Pearls

Are black pearls dyed?

How To Choose Your Perfect Tahitian Cultured Pearl Necklace

How to choose your perfect South Sea Cultured Pearl Necklace

Introduction to Pearls

Pearl Clasps

Selecting my necklacea and necklace length

How is market price determined?

Will an appraisal be included with my order?

What is Nacre?

Why Choose PearlsOnly Japanese Akoya?

What are the blue tags shown with Akoya pearls?

How are necklace strands and bracelets tied?

Choosing a necklace

Pearl Measurements

Are my pearls strung too tight?

A Man's Guide to Choosing the Perfect Pearl Gift

What are Hanadam pearls?

Why are Akoya pearls more expensive than Freshwater Pearls?

Wedding Pearls

What are the pearl certificates?

How to adjust my earring backs?

What is pearl grading based on?

What are Golden Southsea Pearls

Pearl Recommendation for Different Age

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All our products have been appraised by a Pearl Expert holding both an Accredited Jewelry Professional Diploma and a Pearls Certificate from GIA (Gemological Institute of America). Our certificates are genuine and their viability depends on your insurance company. Each certificate is prepared by a Pearl Expert with over a decade in in appraising experience, describes your item in detail, specifying technical details about your item, such as pearl size, color, and body shape. A color picture of your item is shown on each certificate to ensure carefree insurance claims should those ever arise.