The last 2, AAA and AAA+ pearls, have the highest quality and they're most valuable.
The quality and price of pearls are based on 6 factors : luster, nacre, surface, color, shape, size and matching. Nacre is the coating a pearl oyster produces to cover the pearl's nucleus ; it is the key to how long pearls last. Folk customarily buy the biggest pearls they can afford. Matching : For a pearl necklace or bracelet, matching refers back to the ways that all the pearls are similar. It is hard to find enough matching pearls to make a well-matched pearl necklace ; so such a necklace commands a top cost. After you've decided the type, color, size and quality of pearls that you would like, think about your position. Take it slow to look around and find that perfect pearl necklace for your big day. If you're planning a marriage far ahead, be aware that it is actually possible to store freeze-dried rose petals for many months without worry of rot.
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