I LOVE this ring..its a black pearl and that's what he says I am,rare &hard to find

Cultured Pearl Ring ct tw Diamonds White Gold, by Neil Lane I saw this in gold at the Kay Jewelers store today and it was absolutely beautiful.

Tahitian Black Pearl/Opal/Diamond Ring by Randy Polk Designs

The gorgeous shooting star design with a striking 10 mm Tahitian black pearl, Australian opal inlay and 21 diamonds.

These aren't your grandma's pearls love it! #ecrafty find glass pearls at http://www.ecrafty.com/c-595-glass-pearls.aspx

Pearl Jewelry Trend - Summer Necklaces

Emerald Earrings These aren't your grandma's pearls How many thumbs up to this? Emerald Earrings Important 45

Tahitian Black Pearls- titanium iridescence

TAHITIAN PEARLS

Tahitian pearls, also known as the black pearls, are native to French Polynesia. They are viewed as the second most valuable pearls in the world.

TWO EXTREMELY RARE SINGLE-STRAND BLACK PEARL NECKLACES, BY CARTIER AND BY JANESICH The first, of sixty graduated black pearls measuring approximately from 5.55 to 14.40 mm.; the second, of seventy graduated black pearls measuring approximately from 4.70 to 13.20 mm. to the diamond-set ribbon bow clasp. With certificate 35254 dated 17/3/2000 from the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute stating that the pearls are natural and show no indications of artificial colour modification (2)

TWO EXTREMELY RARE SINGLE-STRAND BLACK PEARL NECKLACES, BY CARTIER AND BY JANESICH The first, of sixty graduated black pearls measuring approximately from 5.55 to 14.40 mm.; the second, of seventy graduated black pearls measuring approximately from 4.70 to 13.20 mm. to the diamond-set ribbon bow clasp. With certificate 35254 dated 17/3/2000 from the SSEF Swiss Gemmological Institute stating that the pearls are natural and show no indications of artificial colour modification (2)

Pearls are the most valuable of all organic gemstones, and have been prized for 6000 years. Pearls chemical makeup varies by region and environmental factors, but the basic formula is CaCO3. Pearls form through irritants entering specific species of mollusks (oysters, clams, muscles, etc), while the irritant can be a grain of sand or a parasite, the process is the same for pearls. The irritant is coated in CaCO3(mother of pearl) to make it less irritating to the mollusk. (...)

Pearls are the most valuable of all organic gemstones. Prized for 6000 years. Pearls chemical makeup varies by region & environmental factors but the basic formula is irritant is coated (mother of pearl)^

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