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History of The Elephant Pearl

02nd December 2010
You may not have ever heard of the Elephant Pearl but this particular pearl has a rich history. The Elephant pearl is recovered from the soft tissue pulp that makes up the tusk of the African or Asiatic elephant. This particular gem does not develop from ... Read >
Author: damonieheal

Rolex Cellini, An Unfeigned Must See.

29th November 2010
Benvenuto Cellini is truly an icon involved in art. Named as one of the most dominant names during the later years of Italian Renaissance (roughly from 1520 to 1580), Cellini excelled as a musician, a painter, a sculptor, a goldsmith, and even as a writer... Read >
Author: mshinoda

Confused About Which Rolex Watch to Buy?

28th September 2010
When buying a Rolex, you can be rest assured that you are investing in excellent craftsmanship, accuracy, elegance and beauty. The demand for Rolex has lasted through generations, thanks to the high quality service of the timepieces. Each piece of Rolex w... Read >
Author: Millard Kohler

Rolex Daytona - The connoisseur's choice!

09th July 2010
Originally designed during 1960s the models in Rolex Daytona were available in four digits and later the series changed to a six digit model reference number. This model was launched with minimum supplies but owing to the increasing demand in the later ye... Read >
Author: Darius Hough

How to get rid of tonsil stones for good.

22nd April 2010
Tonsilloliths can be very embarrassing as well as a great nuisance. They usually occur when a foreign particle (food mostly) gets stuck in the natural crevasses in the tonsils. This leads to the same process as how a pearl is formed from a grain of sand i... Read >
Author: Freddie Pretorius

Inside an Automatic Watch

31st December 2009
Depending on your age, you may or may not remember seeing your father wind his watch each night before going to bed. If he did not, he would surely wake to a watch that had stopped. Those days became history with the advent of the automatic watch. What ma... Read >
Author: Armando Ramirez

How To Determine A Pearl's Quality

20th July 2009
Pearl jewelry enthusiasts want to know that they are getting the best quality pearls for their money. Several factors go into determining the quality of a pearl. These include nacre, luster, size, shape and color. These factors don't stand alone, however,... Read >
Author: Robert Bell

A Good Reason to Buy Freshwater Pearls Today

01st May 2009
Although some might debate the point; in this author's view; freshwater pearls offer the best value available in pearls. The reason for this is that cultured freshwater pearls are basically indistinguishable from natural pearls (which are now largely comm... Read >
Author: chaoticconformity

What Exactly are Pearls... and, Why are They so Special?

01st May 2009
Pearls are one of nature's most wonderful gifts. They are formed by mollusks and, unlike other precious gems, come from nature perfect and without further need of shaping by man. The color of the mollusk's shell determines the color of the pearls. Not... Read >
Author: chaoticconformity

The Rolex GMT Vs The Rolex Submariner

03rd December 2008
The Rolex GMT and the Rolex Submariner fall into the professional line of watches. While the GMT is meant for the aviators, the Submariner was the world's first watch designed for diving. Both were introduced in 1954 at the Basel Fair. Similarities bet... Read >
Author: Scott Parham

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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