The most valuable pearls occur spontaneously in the wild, but they are extremely rare. These wild pearls are referred to as natural pearls. Cultured or farmed pearls from pearl oysters and freshwater mussels make up the majority of those that are currently sold. Whether wild or cultured, gem quality pearls are almost always nacreous and iridescent, as is the interior of the shell that produces them. However, almost all species of shelled molluscs are capable of producing pearls (formally referred to as “calcareous concretions” by some sources) of lesser shine or less spherical shape. Although these may also be legitimately referred to as “pearls” by gemological labs and also under U.S. Federal Trade Commission rules, and are formed in the same way, most of them have no value, except as curiosities. Now I want to discuss about cultured pearl for engagement rings. The first pearl engagement rings that we want to discuss is Honora 7.0 – 7.5mm Cultured Freshwater Pearl and Diamond Accent “X” Ring in Sterling Silver Ring. “X” marks the spot for style! An elegant and alluring look for her, this fashion ring adds drama to her attire. Crafted in sleek sterling silver, the eye is drawn to the 7.0 – 7.5mm cultured freshwater pearl at the center. Flanking each side of the pearl, diamond-accented “X”-shaped accents are like sparkling kisses. Polished to a brilliant shine, this ring is destined to become one of her most treasured pieces. Honora – a fresh new look at pearls.
Give her a lustrous look on the engagement day. Fashioned in fine sterling silver, this lovely ring showcases a luminous 8.5mm cultured freshwater pearl. The second pearl engagement rings that we want to discuss is 8.0-8.5mm Cultured Freshwater Pearl and Diamond Accent Bypass Ring in Sterling Silver. Sparkling white diamond accents adorn the double bypass-designed shank, making it a ring she’ll turn to time after time. Custom made to fit her ring size.
Altogether lovely and feminine, this cultured freshwater pearl ring is just the right piece to magnify her beauty. And so the very last pearl engagement rings that we want to discuss is Cultured Freshwater Pearl Ring in 10K White Gold with Diamond Accents. Geometrically inspired circular elements abound in this 10K white gold ring from the sleekly rounded pearl to the dazzling round diamonds, providing stunning symmetry to a piece certain to be cherished from years to come.