This seemingly innocent question can be controversial. That’s because some pearls have natural colours whilst others are dyed or otherwise treated to give them their colour. Some argue that pearls which have been treated to give them a colour are not real in that respect though others would describe such views as nonsense!
Broadly speaking, many experts will consider pearls to come in the following colours:
- and finally, multi-colour.
Most people would agree that white (or white with rose tint) and pink pearls tend to suit pale northern European type skin colours and tones.
Similarly, darker pearls including black, chocolate and lavender, may suit darker skin types usually found on African, … Read More