Appreciating what nature can create, pearls of incredible beauty, untreated and in natural colors, these high quality pearls are specially selected for Bendix Copenhagen jewellery.
Cultured pearls means pearls that has come into existence with human interference. Today most pearls set in jewellery are cultivated. A nucleus is inserted in the mussel, but apart from keeping the mussels clean, this is the only human interference. The most known cultured pearl types are Akoya pearls, Tahiti pearls and South Sea pearls which are all saltwater pearls, and Freshwater pearls. Natural pearls, for example the Conch pearl comes into existence without any human interference. These pearls are very rare, and if the quality is high, so is the value.
Pearls in Bendix Copenhagen jewellery are all in natural colors, untreated and graded using the official French Polynesian grading system – ABCD. Like with diamonds certain criterias decides the value of the pearl – Shape, size, quality and for some pearltypes color as well. Grading pearls ensures that the right value is set.
Bendix Copenhagen has the best possible supplier of pearls, Marc’Harit – Finder of Pearls.
Find more information on pearl cultivation, pearl types, classification, sustainable pearls and more on www.marcharit.com