Answer There is no simple answer to this question as it really depends on the type of pearl you are discussing. The most common types of pearls are cultured akoya and cultured freshwater. Neither of these are naturally produced in a black coloration. Black akoya and freshwater attain their coloration from aniline organic dyes or cobalt-60 irradiation. Natural black pearls are known as black South Sea, Tahitian or Cook Island pearls. They are produced by the Pinctada margaritifera black-lip mollusk. These naturally black pearls grow quite large are are typically more valuable than akoya or freshwater pearls. The most valuable of all pearls are those grown in the Pinctada maxima or silver and gold-lip mollusk. These pearls are usually very larger and expensive, and come in colors of white, white with pink overtone, champagne, silver, yellow and gold.
There is a great difference in temperature between black and white. Black clothing tends to absorb heat more than white.
Every single one of them are important and valuable. No one person is more valuable than the other :)
It is more valuable than gold because there is a few amount of gold and more dirt. So it is easy to find dirt than it is to find gold. That is why gold is more valuable than dirt.
Diamond is more valuable than graphite because of it's rarity, hardness, and aesthetics when cut.
Natural black pearls are rare and highly valuable; cultured black pearls are much more common and less valuable.
Pearls can be more than just white. They can be white, pink, blue, black, and sometimes purple.
by the way they are created. chances the more shinier one is the better it is
If this is true, it's only because white diamonds are more popular than black diamonds. The light bouncing inside the stone is more visible in the white and lighter colors. Given two diamonds, one black and one white, of the same cut and carat weight, your 'white' diamond may be more valuable, depending on its clarity and colour.
While white, and more recently black, saltwater pearls are by far the most popular, other color tints can be found on pearls from the oceans. Pink, blue, champagne, green, black and even purple saltwater pearls can be encountered, but to collect enough of these rare colors to form a complete string of the same size and same shade can take years.
For many women, the goal of donning a piece of jewelry is not to call attention to the piece of jewelry itself. Rather, the goal of putting on a necklace of pair of earrings is to enhance their overall appearance. Pearl necklaces have long been prized by women for doing just that. They enhance a woman's professional appearance, whether she is wearing a school teacher's blouse and skirt, or an attorney's formal business suit. Women may purchase a traditional pearl necklace, consisting of a string of matched white pearls, from a variety of small, independently owned jewelers, large chain jewelry stores which may be found in malls, and in department stores. While pearl necklaces are thought of as being uniformly strings of matched white pearls, the length, size of the pearls strung on the necklace, and the enhancer or other fastener will vary the price. Different retailers may offer a variety of different options in this regard. The price of a pearl necklace is dependent upon both the number of pearls that the pearl necklace contains, as well as the size and quality of those pearls. Pearls which are whiter are considered more valuable than those pearls which are a more yellowed hue. While larger pearls may be worth more, it is possible for smaller pearls to be considered more valuable, as larger pearls are more likely to have defects or other impurities which will devalue the pearl necklace they are strung upon. Pearl necklaces are most likely sold with a string of white pearls, however they may also be sold as a tripe strand, or even an extra long single strand of pearls. The extra long single strand of matched pearls may then be looped twice or even three times around the wearers neck, for a custom length necklace which can be adjusted based on the outfit. Pearl necklaces also may be made from a string of Tahitian black pearls, which are more rare than white pearls, or freshwater pearls, which are available in a variety of colors. Freshwater pearl necklaces will cost less, since the pearls are likely to be slightly different sizes and shapes, and they are more commonly found.
This would depend on the size, color, and smoothness of the pearl. Pearls are often pretty irregular in shape, and the closer to being round, and the closer to being white, the more valuable they would be.
All factors being equal, sea (saltwater) pearls are always more valuable than Freshwater pearls. However, a large, top quality Freshwater pearl can easily be more expensive than a small, low quality saltwater-cultured pearl. High luster, thick coating, smooth surface, minimal blemishes, large size, fascinating colors, and symmetrically shaped pearls are the most valuable. So it is not always the category of pearls, but the quality of the pearl that determines the price.
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There are several quality attributes that determine the value of a pearl. Pearl Type = South Sea cultured pearls are the most valuable, followed by Tahitian, akoya and freshwater. Pearl Luster = The quantity and quality of light reflected from the pearl. Surface/Nacre = The surface cleanliness and quality of the nacre. Shape = Round is the most valuable. Color = Color value depends on type of pearl. Size = The larger the pearl, if all other factors are equal, the more valuable it is.
Pearl jewelry has been given as gifts and worn with pride since the first pearls were fished out of the oceans. Today, pearl jewelry made from saltwater pearls from the South Pacific are the most prized, while freshwater pearls are also sold at more affordable price points. While saltwater pearls are most valuable due to their uniformly round shape, freshwater pearls often are more irregularly shaped. These freshwater pearls often are oblong, flat, or even rectangular. The most classic piece of pearl jewelry is the string of white pearls, formed into a necklace. Pearl necklaces are considered an appropriate gift for a woman upon graduation from college, engagement to be married, or for her wedding. Pearl necklaces are worn proudly for years, before being passed down as heirloom items to the next generation of daughters or granddaughters. Pearl necklaces may need to be restrung after being worn for a decade or two, however the pearls themselves should not be cleaned with chemical jewelry cleaners. These cleaners, while appropriate for other types of jewelry, which is made of metal or hard gemstones, are abrasive on the soft surfaces of pearl jewelry. When pearl jewelry is worn, however, the natural oils from the woman's skin enhance the beauty of the pearl jewelry. To avoid deteriorating the beautiful natural finish on pearl jewelry, women should not wear perfumes or other fragrances on their skin when they are wearing pearl jewelry. While white pearl necklaces are the most commonly purchased pieces of pearl jewelry, black Tahitian pearls are also very beautiful. Black Tahitian pearls may be worked into a piece of pearl jewelry on their own, such as a black Tahitian pearl necklace or bracelet, or they may be combined with white pearls for a striking patterned piece of pearl jewelry. Other colors of pearls are even more rare, however they are considered very beautiful and valuable. Freshwater pearls, such as the oblong teeth pearls, oval shaped seed pearls and chunky potato pearls, come in a wide variety of colors and sizes. While they may not qualify as fine jewelry like their saltwater pearl cousins, these freshwater pearls are used by jewelers to create beautiful pearl jewelry.