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Customers can expect attentive customer service personnel when they visit a fine jewelry store for cultured and natural gemstones such as pearls. There are usually well-lit cases showcasing various items, from drop pearl necklaces and earrings to rings and bracelets. Jewelers may even sell loose pearls and beads. Repair, sizing, and cleaning are all other services offered by jewelers.

Some jewelry wholesalers specialize in providing just salt water and fresh water pearls, in all their various forms, such as baroque, Tahitian black, white, South Sea, and even faux pearls. They should have extensive expertise in dealing with pearls. They should also be licensed and certified in this business.

Customers looking for pearl strand necklaces, chokers, earrings, and pendants can also look to the web for inspiration. There are many pearl retail and wholesale websites to peruse, many offering special web-only deals and discounts. Some offer free shipping on bulk purchases. Each authentic fresh water or salt water pearl sold should include the proper documentation, just like diamonds.

Many online dealers offer farm direct pricing for cultured stones, as high as 80 percent off. Some offer free jewelry items when customers buy so many of another item. Websites can be categorized by pearl color and type, and by special collections, such as designer collections, new arrivals, bridal collections, and holiday specials. Some websites sell only pearls, while others sell all kinds of jewelry, such as diamonds and other gemstones.

Jewelers can also give appraisals and let customers know just how much their pearls are worth. They can size rings if they are two small or too big, and they can also remount pearls and adjust settings if need be.

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333 Washington St Ste 515, Boston, MA 02108
(617) 227-9911  
Northern Pearl Co Inc Write review for this local business
333 Washington St Ste 429, Boston, MA 02108
(617) 523-0850  
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333 Washington St Ste 405, Boston, MA 02108
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333 Washington St Ste 522, Boston, MA 02108
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92 Pearl St, Chelsea, MA 02150
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W Pearl LLC Write review for this local business
4011 Stearns Hill Rd, Waltham, MA 02451
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1086 Main St, Tewksbury, MA 01876
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65 Green St, Foxboro, MA 02035
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Custom fine jewelry designers that make necklaces and earrings buy loose white and black pearls from wholesaler companies that give them discounts for their bulk orders. Few consumers would ever want to buy a large enough number of freshwater or saltwater pearls to get a discounted price, unless they really want to present their mother with an exceptionally outrageous gift for Mother's Day. Since jewelry designers use a large amount of gemstones, pearls, and precious metals to make earrings, necklaces, pendants, rings, and bracelets, however, they can often reduce their overhead by buying from a wholesale supplier. Before you decide which company to use, though, you should get some information about them. Ask the companies if they carry black and white pearls that are made in natural south seas and freshwater. Ask the supplies if they have a web site where you can get specific information about all of the loose pearls that they can sell you. Ask them how long delivery takes and if they ensure that the products will arrive at your location in tact. Of course, the reason that you want to use a wholesaler is so that you can save money. If you ask them to give you a price quote, then you can compare the costs of different companies. Ask them to give you references as well, though, so that you can contact their other clients. You might find that you are willing to pay slightly higher prices to use a reliable supplier than one that is unreliable.