The answer to the question of how to identify good or bad pearls is actually from looking at the luster of the pearl, its shape, and its surface imperfections:First, you can tell how good a pearl is by the luster of the pearl. A good pearl has a better sense of luster, and if the pearl can clearly shine through a person’s shadow, it has a better luster and an overall spiritual look. And if it is a poor quality pearl, it has a bad luster.
Second, you can look at the shape of the pearl. If you look at it from a professional point of view, the shape of the pearl is not considered to be within the scope of judging the quality of the pearl, it is considered a subjective factor. It is not particularly directly related, but it does represent the quality and variety of the pearl. Generally the rounder the pearl, the more valuable it is, the better the pearl.Third, you can tell a pearl by its surface, to see if the surface is smooth and if there is a sense of imperfection. The pearls that are naturally formed will have some imperfections, and it will have traces of formation on its surface. This is considered to be relatively normal, and generally the fewer the imperfections, the higher the value of the pearl will be.
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