What is Akoya Shell Pearl

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The shell pearl is laboratory made from the shell of an oyster. The process of making a shell pearl involves several different stages. The raw material for the base of the pearl is the sea shell, which is coated and polished to the final shape of the pearl

There is a good reason of shell pearls sell out in online stores. When it comes to tight budget, for sure you would not going to buy a chain or necklace that costs $15,000 to $20,000 made from authentic pearls on an online website. As long you wouldn't mind spending $10 to $20 on a beautiful piece of shell pearl jewelry, you will be happy all along!

Isn't that right?

There is nothing wrong with buying shell pearl jewelry. You can purchase the most beautiful sterling silver earrings, necklaces, pendants, bracelets, rings and more embedded with shell pearls for a very reasonable price of anything from $10 to $100.

Natural pearls are not available in colors such as bright pink, electric blue or apple green - but shell pearls are available in those colors.

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