Fresh Water Pearl

Freshwater pearls, adored for their affordability, varied shapes, sizes, and colors, and their durability, are cultivated from mollusks in lakes and rivers.

Unlike their saltwater counterparts, a single freshwater mollusk can produce up to 10 pearls, contributing to their accessibility and diverse appearance.

Care for these pearls involves gently wiping them after wear, storing them away from direct sunlight to prevent yellowing, and being mindful of humidity changes to avoid damage.

Freshwater pearls can be styled flexibly, suiting both casual and formal occasions.


Although freshwater pearls are very durable, because they are natural products, they still need to be taken care of with care.
The following will introduce you to the maintenance methods of freshwater pearls, so that you can enjoy the beautiful luster of freshwater pearls forever.

 How to care for freshwater pearls

  • After wearing, please wipe the dirt carefully with a dry cloth. If sweat or cosmetics and other oil stains are on the pearls, wipe them gently with a cloth dipped in water.
  • Pearls will turn yellow if exposed to UV rays for a long time. Just like clothing, pearls can be damaged by prolonged exposure to the sun, so store them in a place where they are not exposed to direct sunlight.
  • When pearls are moved from a dry place to a humid place, it may cause the pearls to swell and crack. Therefore, when changing the storage location, please pay attention to changes in humidity.