Fei Liu


Freshwater Pearl

Freshwater pearls are natural gemstones that are formed within various species of freshwater molluscs, such as mussels and oysters. Unlike their saltwater counterparts, which are produced in oceans and seas, freshwater pearls are cultivated in rivers, lakes, and ponds.

These pearls are renowned for their natural beauty and come in a wide range of colours, including white, cream, pink, lavender, and even rare shades like peacock green. Their lustrous appearance and unique shapes make them highly sought after for jewellery making, from earrings and necklaces to bracelets and rings.