How To Assesse The Value Of Baroque Pearls


Would you prefer to wear Baroque pearl set than traditi […]

Would you prefer to wear Baroque pearl set than traditional pearls? They are the ideal choice for women who want to try every style because each one has its very own shape and size.

As one of the most fascinating organic gems on the jewelry market, baroque pearls are valuable.

Generally, irregular shaped pearls are considered baroque. The most common type are baroque freshwater pearls. Only less than 10% of freshwater pearls are round, which means that the vast majority of these pearls are baroque.

Saltwater pearls, as well as cultured and natural ones, also come in baroque shapes. Even some Akoya pearls, which are best known for their perfectly round specimens, have baroque shapes.

Different type of pearl that appears baroque shaped determines its value. For instance, although the majority of misshapen pearls are freshwater pearls, the value is far lesser than that of baroque Akoya pearls. Baroque pearls are analyzed according to the particular shape they take. As we have explained above, the most valuable baroque shaped pearls are Keshi pearls, baroque pearls and cross pearls.

In addition to its shape, the size of a pearl will always be extremely important for determining its value. As for classic pearls, the larger the pearl, the more valuable it is.

As we known, Baroque pearls are always used to create a wide range of jewelry pieces. So, the color of the pearl is very important factor in assessing value. Since most irregular pearls come in shades or white, salmon and pink, dark-colored pearls are the most valuable because they are extremely rare.

People who bought pearls are considering their beautiful luster. A pearl's luster is determined according to how well they can reflect light. The best luster determins their value in the entire category. Coin pearls and Keshi pearls are the most valuable types of baroque pearls.