What Are Edison Pearls?

“There are two things which couldn’t be made at my laboratory — diamonds & pearls.”

                                                                                                     —- Thomas Edison

 since ancient times ,Pearls have been the jewels worn by royalty. Pearls represented wealth and power, and for a time only nobles were allowed to wear pearls. In the last century, freshwater pearl farming has made pearls available to women of all walks of life, but these beads, while beautiful, are often small and sometimes of lower quality. A breakthrough in pearl culture technology has seen a new type of pearl - Edison pearls - they are high-end saltwater pearls, large, almost perfectly round, available in a variety of unique colors and at affordable prices.

The Beauty of the "Edison Pearl"

Edison pearls need to grow in natural and clean living waters full of minerals, and the whole ecological breeding cycle is more than 3 years. The texture and luster of Edison pearls are delicate and charming, and the nacre layer can reach 5-12mm. Therefore, the size of Edison pearls is generally above 12mm, and the maximum can reach about 20mm, and the roundness rate is higher and the gloss is better. And it has all the colors of regular freshwater beads and seawater beads, but also has deep purple, violet, coffee, bronze and other color varieties with metallic luster and iridescence. The pearls in the star's eyes are shining brightly, exuding a charming light.
Before the birth of Edison pearls, seawater pearls occupied the mainstream market of large pearls, and they were also the representative of large pearls in people's hearts. The advent of the Edison Pearl.

Freshwater and saltwater pearls

The first classification is between natural or wild pearls and cultured or cultured pearls. The formation of natural or wild pearls is not disturbed by humans, while pearl farmers grow cultured pearls. The next difference is saltwater pearls and freshwater pearls.
There are two main types of cultured pearls: tissue cored pearls and cored pearls. Nucleation is the growth process of cultured pearls that begins with the insertion of a foreign body (nucleus) into the mollusk. This triggers the mollusk to coat the nucleus with nacre until a pearl forms. The nucleus can be a bead or a piece of mantle tissue from another shell.
Freshwater pearl farming first started in Japan in the 1930 s, but today China is the largest commercial producer of freshwater pearls.

What are Edison Pearls?

Edison Pearl China Zhejiang Jiali Pearl Co., Ltd. has developed and produced large-sized round freshwater nucleated pearls after seven years of research and development. The production place is located in Zhuji, Zhejiang Province, China. It is a cultured pearl. In a freshwater environment, a nuclear mold is inserted into the mother of the pearl. , Mother oysters are stimulated by foreign objects and begin to secrete layers of nacre wrapped molds. After three to five years of cultivation, round and large Edison pearls are formed.

Only one pearl per mussel is cultured, allowing larger sized pearls to grow inside the shell. They have a bright sheen and come in vibrant colors like white, peach, pink, gold, metallic, plum, and eggplant purple, as shown in the photo below. Rarely do traditional freshwater pearls produce such large sizes and so many unique natural pigments with amazing lustre.


Edison pearls come in many colors, including white, flesh, pink, purple, orange, etc. 

Edison pearl jewelry is affordable for the average working woman. With its high quality, large size and unique color, every woman can adorn herself in the luxury jewelry of the noble. Now every woman can feel like a princess!


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