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  • 1). The Meaning of Pearls  By : Doug
    Just like all the other gemstones, pearls carry a meaning. Historically, the glowing white orbs have been associated with the moon. With the high luster and deep color of pearls, it is no wonder why these natural gemstones have been held in such high regard for thousands of years. Eastern cultures believe that pearls symbolize purity and spiritual transformation.
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  • 2). Difference between Fresh Water and Salt Water Pearls  By : Doug
    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 salt water pearls is completely personal. For starters, pearls are made from shellfish. When an irritant, such as a piece of sand, invades the delicate lining of the creature, it secretes a smooth substance to coat the irritant, thus creating a pearl.
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  • 3). How To Choose A Pearl Necklace For Your Wedding Day  By : Donna Somerkin
    There is nothing more beautiful to complement a wedding dress than a stunning strand of pearls. This traditional wedding jewelry is more popular than ever, with brides using all styles of pearl jewelry to add that finishing touch to their bridal ensemble. In addition to looking fabulous, wearing a pearl necklace on your wedding day has historically been known as a good luck charm, promising to bring the marriage years of happiness.
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  • 4). Pearl Earrings: The Glories Of The Past  By : Robert Thatcher
    Though pearls are common as parts of more expensive jewelries, they were for long, have been reserved only for the richest people of the noblest standards. Before 1900s, a single pearl necklace can never be equated to anything. It is known to be been the most expensive stone throughout history and was hailed as the Queen of Pearls. Who first discovered pearl and recognized its uniqueness are questions that are still to be answered.
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  • 8). The History Of Pearls  By :
    Pearls have a rich and vibrant history, dating back to ancient times when heroic divers would brave the ocean’s depths to bring to the water’s surface these treasures of the deep. The pearl itself is known far and wide as the “Queen of Gems,” so it is no surprise that these glowing orbs have cemented their favor with queens, kings, and royal families since the dawn of time.
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