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Knowledge about Tahitian pearls

25th July 2011
Black pearls, frequently referred to as BlackTahitian Pearl, are speciality products from salt lakes in French Polynesia. Myths tells us that Oro, the Tahitian god of war created the pearl and gave it all the colours of the rainbow. He wanted to gain ... Read >
Author: Tina

The Thickness of the Nacre is the Key in Identifying Natural Pearls.

31st March 2011
A general confusion, in identifying Natural Pearls, even among experts has endured for all of the approximate 100 years since the introduction of Cultured Pearls. Many jewelry customers, worldwide have hardly any acquaintance with Natural Pearls. They hav... Read >
Author: Gaurav Thakur

Quahog pearls are amongst the rarest of gemstones

30th March 2011
Quahog pearls are amongst the rarest of gemstones but in fact, they are technically not pearls - they can still be very beautiful nevertheless, and they are typically stained a shade of purple, the only pearls that are so colored under natural conditions.... Read >
Author: braden

Just How Much Is A Pearl Necklace?

27th October 2010
Pearl necklaces are certainly the most suitable pieces of jewelry as a result of its great overall flexibility and selection. This is the very rationale why it is acceptable for any kind of woman. Given that circumstance, how much money will it cost one t... Read >
Author: Rheicy

Fresh Water vs Salt Water Pearls

18th November 2009
Pearls are produced in both salt and fresh water, but the difference is astounding. Usually, the salt water variety of pearls are of a better quality and are also more expensive than pearls found in salt water; however, the choice between fresh water and ... Read >
Author: Collin Harvey

Differences Between Freshwater and Saltwater Pearls

27th March 2007
Pearls can be purchased in both freshwater and saltwater form, and the differences between the two make them both unique. Freshwater pearls are formed in freshwater mussels found in bodies of fresh water. By contrast, as one might expect, saltwater pearls... Read >
Author: Random Writers
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