Perfect shining spheres, lustrous baroque forms. Seductive strands, Pearls are simply and purely organic. Produced in the bodies of marine and freshwater mollusks naturally or cultured by people with great care.
perhaps the best loved gems of all time, pearls, natural and cultured, occur in a wide variety of colors, the most familiar are white and cream.
Natural pearls form around a microscopic irritant in the bodies of certain mollusks. Cultured pearls are the result of the deliberate insertion of a bead or piece of tissue that the mollusks XXX with XXX.
A chinese historian writes about pearls for the first time in 2206 bC. In 1917, Pierre Cartier traded a double strand of natural pearls for a mansion on fifth avenue in New York City.
The quality factors are: the luster, the surface quality, the shape, and the color.
An assessment of the characteristics determine the value of each type of pearl.