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GIA Certified 18.09 MM Natural Tahitian South Sea Pearl Diamond PLATINUM Estate Ring - C795
 
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Click Here For Today's Auctions: https://ebay.to/2I0vfWr http://goo.gl/GRIoBb You can see this stunning item and other amazing jewelry treasures on eBay auctions selling daily. Click on the link above to go directly to our eBay store. If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] PRIME Massive Size Genuine Saltwater "Top Quality Pearl" SEE VIDEO Immaculate SHOWROOM Condition - Beyond Rare "TREMENDOUS SIZE" GIA Certified Tahitian South Sea Pearl & Diamond Cocktail Ring. This Extraordinary Estate Ring features a Dark Gray Tahitian pearl with a HUGE 18.09 mm size and the coveted pink overtones. The near perfect round pearl features a thick nacre, exquisite color, a smooth surface with very minor imperfections with excellent luster. The "stunning" solid PLATINUM ring boasts an elegant hand crafted design featuring 234 round brilliant near flawless accent diamonds totaling 1.60 carats. These world class diamonds are VVS2-VS2 in clarity and with colorless to near colorless F-G color. This spectacular ring would make the perfect addition to any high end fine jewelry collection! Description: Up for your consideration is this EXTRA FINE "INVESTMENT GRADE" GIA CERTIFIED 18.09 mm estate cocktail ring featuring an Incredibly Rare Near Perfect Natural Salt Water Tahitian Pearl set into SOLID PLATINUM and accented with Near Flawless sparkling diamonds. The "Jaw Dropping" Tahitian Pearl measures a MASSIVE 18.09 mm with the highly sought after EXOTIC Dark Gray Color with a Pink Overtone and a Near Round Shape with Excellent Luster, Thick Nacre and a smooth surface with only very minor imperfections. There are also 234 round brilliant natural untreated accent diamonds totaling an additional 1.60 carats set with the Tahitian Pearl in a classic style. These "Perfectly Clear" diamonds are graded at Near Flawless "VVS2-VS2" Clarity with COLORLESS & NEAR COLORLESS "F-G" Color so you can be assured of the OUTSTANDING quality, excellent brilliance, flash, sparkle & fire. The ring measures 18.00 mm x 17.80 mm at the head and sits up 19.25 mm off the finger. For more details, please continue reading and see both gemological reports PLUS the high resolution photos below. This is an exquisitely crafted "one-of-a-kind" Collector’s Grade world class estate ring. It offers a gorgeous design with detailed craftsmanship adding to the amazing style. The unique "TOP GEM QUALITY" ring was made at the hands of a true jewelry master craftsman. This is the BEST & ONLY INCREDIBLY LARGE SIZE Near Perfect "Excellent Luster" Thick Nacre Natural Tahitian Pearl ring available.....a unique chance to own a very rare top quality pearl. The beautiful pearl & diamonds are 100% genuine measuring a very substantial 18.09 mm with diamonds totaling 1.60 carats and the ring is a U.S. sizable 7.75. The total ring weighs a HEAVY strong & sturdy 19.39 grams and is constructed of SOLID PLATINUM with an exceptional PRIME QUALITY pearl and 100% natural diamonds. Please compare this ring with others currently offered for sale or sold at auction such as Christies and Sotheby's ranging from $43,000.00 to over $45,000.00. Do not miss this opportunity as it is very difficult to obtain elsewhere. The IMMACULATE beauty is guaranteed authentic and has been professionally tested, CERTIFIED, cleaned and polished – it is barely discernible from new and is in absolute SHOWROOM CONDITION. This is a very rare ring, really one of the most substantial rings you will ever find....get it while you can! This Highly Collectable "INVESTMENT GRADE" ring comes to us from a Beverly Hills movie mogul who must sell a top rated jewelry collection to help fund their son's Silicon Valley dream. The collection is appraised at $3 Million Dollars featuring "first-class" - prime quality jewelry, like no other!......Our consignor and his wife are selling this exquisite collection to fund their sons Silicon Valley dream and have consigned with us to offer the collection here on eBay. Meet our consignor & learn more about the collection in the second video above. The decision to sell is based on the urgency and time frame our consignor needs to sell this asset. So don't miss out on your chance to own this "Super High End" one-of-a-kind treasure. The ring was recently evaluated by GIA (report# 5172528238), the “World’s Foremost Authority in Gemology” and the report will be included with your purchase. As you can imagine, our consignor paid an absolute fortune for this ring and is hopeful to recover at least $41,200.00 dollars......HUGE Size – EXOTIC Color - Near Perfect Natural Tahitian Pearls are considered among the rarest of pearls.......due to their scarcity, pearls of this caliber are typically kept in private collections, rarely offered for sale...this is the REAL DEAL!
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Natural south sea pearls
 
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South Sea pearls are often referred to as the queen of gems. A South Sea pearl is a pearl produced by the Pinctada maxima mollusk. South Sea pearls are among the largest and most valuable commercially harvested cultured pearls in the world. The average size of a South Sea pearl is 12 to 13 mm in diameter, with most harvests producing a range of sizes from 9 mm to sometimes even 20 mm. South Sea cultured pearls are currently produced in the saltwater eareas throughout the Indian and Pacific Oceans, primarily in Indonesia, Australia and the Philippines. These waters are the native habitat of a large oyster known as Pinctada maxima. This oyster grows up to 12 inches in diameter, and can be nucleated with a much larger bead than other saltwater oysters. The pearl-bearing mollusks found in this area are much larger than the Japanese variety and can accommodate a much larger nucleus. They also produce nacre at a greater rate, allowing the pearls to grow very quickly. There are two varieties of Pinctada maxima, the silver-lipped and the gold-lipped. The two are distinguished by their distinct coloration of the outer edge of the interior. This type of shell is also known as mother-of-pearl, and is responsible for the coloration of the cultured pearls produced, therefore the name. The South Seas are also extremely clean, and filled with plankton – the Pinctada maxima's favorite food source. The clean waters and abundant food supply also speeds the nacre production. The growth period for South Sea pearls is a minimum of two years allowing for a larger size. South Sea pearls have several distinct characteristics that are unique to this gem. The nacre is unusually thick, ranging from 2 - 6 mm. South Sea pearls have a unique, satiny luster that comes from the rapidly deposited nacre and warm waters of the South Seas. South Sea pearls also have a subtle array of colors; typically white, cream, silver, and golden, that are rare in other pearl types. Valuable pearls occur naturally in the wild, but they are extremely rare! Cultured or farmed pearls make up the majority of those that are currently sold. Pearls from the sea are valued more highly than freshwater pearls. Due to the extremely high cost of production, they remain among the costliest pearls on the market today The colors of genuine cultured South Sea pearls are completely natural without any treatment.
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South Sea Pearls - Learn from our Expert
 
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Our expert David Norman is sharing his knowledge on south sea pearls. As a fifth generation pearl dealer he's spent his whole life in the pearl business. Learn about the Australian south sea pearl. Visit us at www.GemShopping.com
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How To Differentiate Authenticity of South Sea Pearls.wmv
 
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this video is teaching you a small technique on how to differentiate between fake pearl and real pearl.
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Formation of a Pearl | Secret Life of Pearls
 
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Australia’s South Sea Pearl Oyster produces the most valuable pearls on Earth. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILDSubscribe #NatGeoWILD #Pearls #Oysters About National Geographic Wild: National Geographic Wild is a place for all things animals and for animal-lovers alike. Take a journey through the animal kingdom with us and discover things you never knew before, or rediscover your favorite animals! Get More National Geographic Wild: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoWILD Facebook: http://bit.ly/NGWFacebook Twitter: http://bit.ly/NGWTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NGWInstagram Formation of a Pearl | Secret Life of Pearls https://youtu.be/m07OvPEoR6g Nat Geo Wild https://www.youtube.com/user/NatGeoWild
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"South Sea pearl farming of Mergui, Myanmar (Burma)" by GIA
 
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Travel Myanmar’s azure waters with GIA field gemologists in search of that country’s South Sea cultured pearls. As you journey to pearl farming areas off the Mergui archipelago, you’ll witness the cultivation of gold-lipped oysters—Pinctada maxima—including the process of nucleating the mollusks. The Mergui archipelago consists of more than 800 islands, off the far southern coast of Myanmar (Burma), in the warm waters of the Andaman Sea. The expedition visited the “Myanmar Ocean” pearl farming operation to witness South Sea cultured pearl production and to collect research samples from that remote region. You’ll venture underwater with the GIA team, to see the farm’s oysters in their mesh baskets. The environment is largely unspoiled and conditions are ideal for pearl cultivation. You’ll also catch a glimpse of the lives of one of Myanmar’s ethnic minorities, the Moken—sometimes called “Sea Gypsies.” They still lead a traditional life centered on fishing and boat building. This GIA Field Expedition (FE63) took place in March 2014. Besides Pardieu, the participants were cameraman Didier Gruel, pearl department senior manager Nick Sturman, and Staff Gemologist Areeya Manustrong.
Australia's Pearl Industry Struggles to Shine
 
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Australia is the last place on earth where pearls are cultured in wild oysters. But South Sea pearl farmers are struggling to keep their luxury industry alive, as China swamps world markets with cheaply produced freshwater pearls. Photo/Video: Paolo Bosonin Subscribe to the WSJ channel here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Follow WSJ on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/wsjvideo Follow WSJ on Google+: https://plus.google.com/+wsj/posts Follow WSJ on Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJvideo Follow WSJ on Instagram: http://instagram.com/wsj Follow WSJ on Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/wsj/ Don’t miss a WSJ video, subscribe here: http://bit.ly/14Q81Xy More from the Wall Street Journal: Visit WSJ.com: http://www.wsj.com Visit the WSJ Video Center: https://wsj.com/video On Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/pg/wsj/videos/ On Twitter: https://twitter.com/WSJ On Snapchat: https://on.wsj.com/2ratjSM
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South Sea Pearl Farming by Edward Kong documentary @ RTM
 
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Best quality,Natural luster,Original colour,Finest pearl,NOT tarnish by perfume. Mutiara asli,tulen,semula jadi,mutiara terbaik di dunia dari Malaysia. 71,Jalan Maarof, Bangsar 59000 Kuala Lumpur. 03-2287 8817
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Estate Natural South Sea Tahitian Pearl Diamond 14k White Gold Necklace - C569
 
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Estate 14.00 mm Natural South Sea Black Tahitian Pearl 14k White Gold Vintage Necklace - A141044
 
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Click Here For Today's Auctions: https://ebay.to/2I0vfWr If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] or Call us at (760) 469-9338 You can see this stunning item and other amazing jewelry treasures on eBay auctions selling daily. Click on the link above to go directly to our eBay store. If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] Absolutely Stunning & Huge 11.00 mm - 14.00 mm Certified Authentic Tahitian Pearl & Diamond Necklace. These Extra Large Size Tahitian Pearls have extraordinary luster, shine, minimal imperfections, round shape and a thick nacre making them the most prized pearls in the world. The carefully hand selected pearls offer the highly prized colors of dark gray with luscious Silver, Bronze & Peacock Overtones that will dazzle even the most discriminating Tahitian Pearl Connoisseur. With a total of 35 extra large size gorgeous pearls, this elegant extra fine quality Tahitian Pearl Necklace features a sturdy and elegant solid 14k white gold clasp. The perfect additional to any fine jewelry collection. The best of the best!
Views: 2732 Certified Jewelry
Pearls analysis to help determine whether they are natural or cultured
 
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LEADIN: Pearls are alluring gems that symbolise purity, status and have always been very highly prized. But when the Japanese started producing cultured pearls early last century differentiating between the "man-made" and natural pearls became important. Nowadays the distinction between the two has become ever more difficult as cultured pearl producers become increasingly sophisticated in imitating nature. STORYLINE: Pearls, nature's beauty and for centuries man's obsession. These historic necklaces from China featured in a 2013 Victoria and Albert Museum's exhibition, which explored the history of the jewels from the early Roman Empire right up to modern day designs. The ability to distinguish a natural from a cultured pearl used to be a simple matter. Something that could be done by a trained eye, but with the difference in price between natural pearls and cultured pearls widening making the distinction has become more important. In Basel, Switzerland at the Schweizerisches Gemmologisches Institute (SSEF) a professional team are employed to deal with thousands of pieces of pearl jewellery that arrive for certification - much of it very expensive. Laurent Cartier, Project manager at SSEF explains there are a number of different aspects about which clients require clarification. "The first one would be is the pearl natural or cultured? A second maybe be is it fresh water or salt water? So did it originate in a fresh water mussel or a salt water oyster. Then they will also want to know is the colour of the pearl is it of a natural origin or has it been treated or modified." The less a pearl has been tampered by man with the more valuable it is. Natural pearls are very rare and highly prized. Specialist equipment has been developed to help scientists understand each pearl on a cellular level. Once the pearls have been logged in and measured by hand at the SSEF headquarters in Basel, the physical examination begins using technology. The testing starts with a machine that separate fresh water from salt water pearls. Judith Braun head of Analytics explains that the specially developed cabinet shows that a pearl originates in fresh water by disclosing it as having a far lighter colour. "This is an X-ray box that we have adapted for our pearl testing needs. The measurement procedure tests the pearls with 4 milli-amper and 94 kV coming from an X-ray source. This energy source may lead the pearls to react, if they are of freshwater origin then they will be bright on the image, if the pearls are of saltwater origin they will remain dark on the image." she says. Michael Krzemnicki is a mineralogist and Director of SSEF. He says the conclusion always depends on combining the results of different tests that range from chemical analysis to 3D images. "We have plenty of instruments which help us to conclude. It is always when it gets to a result it's always a combination of many observations and of many analytical data. So it starts with radiography, there is chemical data which we get, we have reactions on the UV light, reactions on the x-rays. We have also instruments like tomography where we see very precise internal structures in three dimensions." In Zurich Joana Meyer who works as a researcher for the Department of Environmental System Science at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETHZ) in Zurich has been able to genetically fingerprint a pearl. The process of obtaining a pearls DNA is complex but the results have been game changing and increased the quality of the final analysis. Meyer says it is now possible to tell the species of oyster and where a pearl actually grew. Krzemnicki says that the huge amount of cultured pearls flooding the market increases the value of antique natural pearls. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/1a5bf16aaa6ed6db9c1e1404dd23e2f0 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Golden South Sea Pearls
 
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Incredible Golden South Sea pearls direct from the source: http://www.pearlsofjoy.com/Golden-Pearl-Necklaces_c_139.html
Estate Convertible Natural South Sea Tahitian Pearl Diamond 14k White Gold Ring - A141455
 
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Click Here For Today's Auctions: https://ebay.to/2I0vfWr If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] or Call us at (760) 469-9338 You can see this stunning item and other amazing jewelry treasures on eBay auctions selling daily. Click on the link above to go directly to our eBay store. If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] Beyond Rare Vintage "Convertible" Tahitian Pearl & Diamond Cocktail Ring. This extraordinary Estate ring features 2 interchangeable Tahitian pearls. The first pearl is an extra large rich gray Tahitian pearl with a jaw dropping 12.00 mm size with the coveted peacock overtones. The second is a gorgeous and rare cream color Tahitian pearl boasting 10.75 mm in size with the prized gold overtone found only in the finest of Tahitian pearls. Both pearls are near perfect round and feature a thick nacre, exquisite color, minimal imperfects with gorgeous luster. The "stunning" solid 18k white gold ring boasts an elegant hand crafted design featuring 1.55 carats of princess cut and round brilliant accent diamonds. These world class diamonds are VS1-SI1 in clarity and sparkle with colorless E-F color. This spectacular ring would make the perfect addition to any high end fine jewelry collection!
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Tahitian Baroque South Sea Pearls 15x17mm Natural Colors
 
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Baroque Tahitian South Sea Pearls. Natural colors. Very Nice Shapes. 15x17mm. Beautiful Strand. Very unusual Colors and Shapes. Great Look. Very Large.
Views: 152 Sammy Abramov
What makes the Golden South Sea Pearl Valuable? We asked our Expert!
 
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Our expert David Norman is sharing his knowledge on golden south sea pearls. As a fifth generation pearl dealer he's spent his whole life in the pearl business. Learn about the Philippines golden south sea pearl. Visit us at www.GemShopping.com
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Estate South Sea "Salt Water" Natural Tahitian Pearl Necklace 14k White Gold  - A135287
 
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Click Here For Today's Auctions: https://ebay.to/2I0vfWr If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] or Call us at (760) 469-9338 You can see this stunning item and other amazing jewelry treasures on eBay auctions selling daily. Click on the link above to go directly to our eBay store. If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] Absolutely Stunning Color & Luster Certified Authentic Tahitian Pearl Necklace. These Extra Fine Quality Large Size 7.50 mm - 8.50 mm Tahitian Pearls have excellent luster, shine, minimal imperfections, round shape and a thick nacre making them the most prized and valuable pearls in the world. Measuring an impressive big size and featuring the highly prized colors of dark gray, white & silver with luscious peacock, silver, copper & bronze overtones that will dazzle even the most discriminating Tahitian Pearl Connoisseur. With a total of 74 gorgeous pearls, this elegant genuine south sea salt water Tahitian Pearl Necklace features a sturdy and elegant solid 14k white gold clasp and would be the perfect additional to any fine jewelry collection. The best of the best!
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Learn About South Sea Pearls (Pearl Buying Guide by Premium Pearl)
 
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Seasoned Pearl Consultant Jessica from PremiumPearl.com explains how to buy South Sea pearls.
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Estate Natural Salt Water UNTREATED South Sea Tahitian Pearl 14k White Gold Necklace - A138848
 
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Click Here For Today's Auctions: https://ebay.to/2I0vfWr If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] or Call us at (760) 469-9338 You can see this stunning item and other amazing jewelry treasures on eBay auctions selling daily. Click on the link above to go directly to our eBay store. If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] Absolutely Stunning With Extraordinary Luster, Shine & Color 8.00 mm - 11.50 mm Certified Authentic Natural Salt Water Tahitian Pearl Necklace. These "Jaw Dropping" Large Size Pearls have extraordinary luster, shine, minimal imperfections, round shape and a thick nacre making them by far the most prized pearls in the world. Featuring the collectors grade carefully selected dark gray color with luscious Peacock, Bronze & Copper Overtones that will dazzle even the most discriminating Tahitian Pear Connoisseur. With a total of 54 BIG size gorgeous pearls, this elegant extra fine quality South Sea Tahitian Pearl Necklace features a sturdy and elegant "Pearl Studded" solid 14k white gold safety clasp. The perfect addition to any fine jewelry collection. The best of the best!
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What is a Natural Pearl Versus a Cultured Pearl?
 
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Pearl Expert and HSN Host Josh Bazar stopped by to talk Pearls with Pearls.com. In this segment, he explains the difference between natural pearls and cultured (farmed) pearls. Learn more in our Pearl Video Library: http://www.pearls.com/pages/pearls-com-video-library
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Golden South Sea Pearls LOMBOK PEARL FARM
 
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Golden South Sea Pearls wholesale www.lombokpearlfarm.com Email : [email protected]
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Freshwater Pearls vs Salt water Pearl
 
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A reveal of two different types of pearls
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South sea pearls
 
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In the Bogyoke Market in Yangon Myanmar are many pearl shops http://prettystones.online/south-sea-pearls dealing in all kind of pearls on the low level loose beads and jewelry are small ones from India and China and at the high end native south sea pearls from pearl farms in the Andaman Sea are offered. This are real pretty things with various colors. The spheres are cultured ones but there is actually no difference to the natural pearls which the sea gypsies sometime dive for in the Myeik Archipelago. For more ave a look in the indicted webpage above.
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Estate Natural South Sea Tahitian Pearl Diamond Stud Earrings 18k Yellow Gold - A141464
 
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Click Here For Today's Auctions: https://ebay.to/2I0vfWr If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] or Call us at (760) 469-9338 You can see this stunning item and other amazing jewelry treasures on eBay auctions selling daily. Click on the link above to go directly to our eBay store. If you are interested in this item please contact us at: [email protected] Absolutely Staggering 14.85 mm Extra Fine Quality Certified Tahitian Pearl & Diamond Earrings. These 100% genuine Tahitian Pearl estate earrings boast a beautiful & exotic "Cream" color with vivid "Golden" overtones, minimal imperfections and a robust thick nacre making these among the most prized pearls in the world. These elegant designer earrings are set in heavy solid 18k yellow gold and feature 1.12 carats of large round brilliant VS/SI near colorless diamonds. With comfortable lever backs for pierced ears, these estate beauties would be the perfect addition to any fine jewelry collection!
Views: 8796 Certified Jewelry
Natural South sea pearls earring it's very beautiful and perfect shape size 10-11 mm.
 
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Natural South sea pearls earring it's very beautiful and perfect shape size 10-11 mm.
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Cultured, Tahitian, South Sea Pearls
 
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Lisa Krikawa interviews Betty Sue King, owner of King's Ransom, and known in the industry as the "pearl goddess." King is a pearl specialist who regularly travels around Asia to find beautiful cultured specimens. She tells us what to look for in Tahitian pearls and discusses the sustainability of pearl production.
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Jewelmer: Philippines South Sea Pearls | LoveGold
 
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In what is a very magical process, Jacques Christophe Branellac of Jewelmer shares how the process of breeding their signature golden south sea pearls begins and ends with love. See the process from diving for pearls to creating beautiful gold jewels in our film here. Video: Marc Bunag _____________________________________ At LoveGold, we seek out the world's most beautiful gold jewellery, the designers creating it and the people wearing it. We exist to inspire. Unusual, unexpected, always beautiful - this is the gold jewellery that we find, love and share. Every day we bring you captivating stories and exclusive features that celebrate the bold and the brave: from directional design that challenges convention to vintage pieces worn in new ways. SITE http://www.lovegold.com YOUTUBE http://youtube.com/lovegoldlive FACEBOOK http://facebook.com/lovegoldlive TWITTER http://twitter.com/lovegoldlive PINTEREST http://www.pinterest.com/lovegoldlive
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Baroque Tahitian South Sea Pearls 15x18mm. 18"
 
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Tahitian Baroque South Sea Pearls Strand. 15mm x 18mm. Very Good luster. Great Shapes. Very Nice Shapes. Natural Colors. Not enhanced.
Views: 80 Sammy Abramov
Buy 4.95 Carat Natural South Sea Pearl Gemstone | aiagemstones.com
 
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Buy 4.95 Carat Natural South Sea Pearl Gemstone online from AIA Gemstones Stone Weight : 4.95 Carat Country Of Origin : South Sea Shape & Cut : Oval Size(L W H) : 9.5*6.8*10 Per Carat : 910 Total Price : 4504.5 Additional Charges GST : 3% Shipping : 750 Additional Charges GST : 3% Shipping : Extra For Appointments: Whatsapp : +91-7799041234 Email ID : [email protected] Buy Now : http://www.aiagemstones.com/product/buy-4.95-carat-natural-south-sea-pearl-gemstone/ Follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/aiagemsjewellers/ https://www.instagram.com/aiagemsjewellers/ https://twitter.com/aiagemstones If you have questions, message us on our Facebook page.
Golden South Sea Pearls
 
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Information on Golden South Sea Pearls, South Sea Pearl Earrings, Golden South Sea Pearl Necklaces. To buy go to www.e-blackpearl.com or www.BlackPearlGalleryMaui.com or call us at (808) 875-1977
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DestinAsian - Lombok's South Sea Pearls
 
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Tucked away in a secluded bay off the Indonesian island of Lombok, some of the world's most valuable cultured pearls are being brought to life. Autore has been cultivating South Sea pearls since 1991—a painstaking process that begins with the cultivation of six species of algae, which are brought in from Australia, and ends in a matured oyster with its prized pearl. From cultivation to harvesting, the process takes four years. Join DestinaAsian's video team as we take a behind-the-scenes look at Autore's Lombok pearl farm. Tours of the facility are available for around US$20 per person and can be reserved by calling 62-370/684-4895. Website: http://destinasian.com Follow our Twitter: http://twitter.com/DestinAsian_Mag Like our Facebook: http://facebook.com/DestinAsian.Mag Follow us on Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/destinasian
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South Sea Pearls
 
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Learn About South Sea Pearls - as part of the Wedding series by GeoBeats. South sea pearls are absolutely extraordinary gems. They are the rarest and the largest kinds of pearls. Their general colors are white, silver, and golden with the most preferred colors being white and golden. Their sizes are about 10mm to 15mm and they can go upto 20 mm in some rare species. They are the highest price range of any other kind of pearl with about 300 dollars for a pair of earrings or a pendant is what you would pay to thousands of dollars for a necklace. But they are also an ideal choice for the mother of the bride in wedding parties.
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See a South Sea Cultured Pearl Farm in The Philippines with The Pearl Girls
 
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India Rows, founder of The Pearl Girls, travels to the Philippines to visit a South Sea Cultured Pearl Farm. For more information please contact us: http://www.thepearlgirls.com [email protected] 1-888-870-7390 Like us on Facebook! http://www.facebook.com/thepearlgirls Follow us on Twitter! http://www.twitter.com/thepearlgirls
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PHILIPPINES: MANILA: SOUTH SEA PEARL IS NAMED COUNTRY'S NATIONAL GEM
 
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English/Nat Many say the quickest way to a woman's heart is through jewellery, but for the Filipinos that jewellery should include a south sea pearl. The jewels of the sea have recently been named the country's national gem. These could easily be some of the world's finest and biggest pearls. Either black or white, these gems make beautiful pieces on their own, or they can be set with other precious stones. They are Philippine south sea pearls -- the so-called pride of Filipino women. Compared to other kinds of pearls, south sea pearls are bigger in diameter and have a variety of colours. Produced from Pinctada oysters, they can only be cultured in tropical waters. Last October, in a presidential decree signed by Philippine President Fidel Ramos, the south sea pearl was named the country's national gem. The Philippines is one of the world's main sources of south sea pearls. Most of the country's pearl producers export their harvest abroad, but since it was declared the national gem, interest from the local market has increased. Many other countries in Asia produce pearls, but the Philippine version has its own characteristics that pearl enthusiasts love. SOUNDBITE: (English) Experts say that Philippine pearls have a special orient so that the inner glow of the pearl. If you look at other pearls they might have good skin but the glow might not be as good -- that's the advantage of our pearl. I think its the quality of the water as well. SUPER CAPTION: Carmina Sanchez, Administrative Officer, Philippine Association of Pearl Producers and Exporters Pearl producers say it takes time, patience, hard work and expertise to produce quality pearls. Pinctadas are harvested by divers from the semi-nomadic Badjao tribe in the Sulu archipelago in Southern Philippines. Armed with nothing but a wooden pair of goggles and a rope, they dive 80 meters deep in search for the perfect oyster. The oysters are sold to pearl farms. Expert grafters then take charge of culturing the gems by planting a foreign object into the oyster. They are then placed back into the sea in cages and left to develop under the constant supervision of divers. After three years, the cages are hauled up for the harvest. It is a long wait but producers say it is well worth the effort. Jewelmer, the country's foremost producer of the south sea pearl, sells most of its harvest abroad, but part of it stays in the Philippines and is made into fine pieces of jewellery for local consumption. Some of the pieces can cost a small fortune, depending on the size and quality, but others go as low as 150-US-dollars. Sellers say prices can be steep because larger pearls are only produced once in a lifetime. But they say that anyone who buys one gets value for money, because they never go out of fashion. SOUNDBITE: (English) Its something very unique and it looks very classic, like pearl jewellery is very classic, its not trendy, it doesn't go out of style. SUPER CAPTION: Malou Lacson, Assistant Sales Manager, Jewelmer Pearls. The Philippines has eight pearl farms. Producers are happy that they're now charged with creating the national gem. The declaration has boosted their sales, but more than that, they are happy that it has added to the Philippines' national pride. You can license this story through AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/metadata/youtube/e543ae01e6bce5eada1c879cb1f79ae5 Find out more about AP Archive: http://www.aparchive.com/HowWeWork
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Rare natural golden color South Sea Pearls Necklace
 
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Pearls from Pinctada Maxima Oyster and the South Seas Ocean waters.
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Tahitian South Sea Pearls.
 
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Different Shapes , Sizes. , and Colors of Tahitian South Sea Pearls. All Natural colors. AA Pearl www.aapearlny.com 212 730 1731 [email protected]
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394.85 ct South Sea Pearls
 
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A beautiful strand of 41 cream South Sea pearls, drilled and ready to be strung. Sizes range from 10 mm to 12.70 mm. Slight off-round in shape, but very nicely matched. Guaranteed natural and untreated by AJS Gems, Bangkok. http://www.ajsgem.com/gemstones/cultured-pearl/south-sea-pearl-394.85-carats.html
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Natural Baroque Pearl Necklace | swati pearls
 
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Akoya, Golden South Sea and Baroque Pearls
 
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Pearl expert Lois Berger hosts an annual "Pearl Walk" during AGTA GemFair Tucson (Feb. 1-6, 2011), where some of the pearl dealers at show give their perspective of the industry and show new products for experts and enthusiasts in the jewelry trade. In this excerpt, Peter Bazar of Imperial Deltah, Inc., East Providence R.I., pulls out a set of "crown" quality Akoya pearls. Also on display are Golden South Sea pearls and in the center, baroque pearls.
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Black South Sea Pearls
 
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The Only Difference in Saltwater and Freshwater Cultured Pearls
 
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Saltwater pearls versus freshwater pearls. There are so many differences in the way saltwater and freshwater pearls are cultured, produced and their different aquatic environments. However, the truth is there is truly only one difference in these two types of pearls. You can discover this difference by looking at two natural pearls: one saltwater and one freshwater. The only way to tell the difference in these types of pearls is to discover their chemical composition. Here is more info. Brought to you by India Rows, Founder of ThePearlGirls.com Facebook.com/thepearlgirls
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South Sea Pearls by GIA
 
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http://gia.edu/gem-encyclopedia South Sea Pearls by GIA. In this video, learn about South Sea pearls and the two types of pentad maxima oysters, which are different types of pearl oyster that are farmed in the South Sea, and found in places such as Myanmar, Australia, Indonesia and the Philippines. There are two types: silver lipped, which produces white to silver cultured pearls, and is more common south of the equator, and the gold lipped, which can produce pearl color in rich, golden color hues, and is more common north of the equator. Round is the most difficult pearl to culture, making it the rarest cultured pearl shape and—if all other factors are equal—also generally the most valuable. Learn more about pearl with GIA's gem encyclopedia: http://www.gia.edu/pearl • Pearl Quality Factors: http://www.gia.edu/pearl-quality-factor • Pearl Description: http://www.gia.edu/pearl-description • Pearl Buyer’s Guide: http://www.gia.edu/pearl#buyers-guide • Pearl History and Lore: http://www.gia.edu/pearl-history-lore • Pearl Care and Cleaning: http://www.gia.edu/pearl-care-cleaning The Official GIA Channel on YouTube is also a great resource for pearl knowledge • Akoya Pearls: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pPxjQtv8wDc • Freshwater Pearls: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QFUmkU6OD4g • Tahitian Pearls: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DAH7TWknBAk • How GIA Evaluates Luster, One of the GIA 7 Pearl Value Factors™: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W9ud2-Uq3Lk • How GIA Evaluates Surface, One of the GIA 7 Pearl Value Factors: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kydwu5Xcd58 • How GIA Evaluates Matching, One of the GIA 7 Pearl Value Factors: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=m605BTs64f8 GIA exists to connect people to the understanding of gems. Our videos provide more information on diamonds, gems, and other related topics • How to Choose a Diamond | GIA Diamond Grading Guide: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PafhSuJQb30 • How to Read a GIA Grading Report: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZ2UtygPnt4 • Sapphire and Ruby Mine in Palin, Cambodia: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKX-Zpg3nOo • Mining for Emerald in Brazil: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rhWIK_yZ7XA • What Attracts Us to Ruby | History: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D2ZmHEQNjUs SUBSCRIBE TO OUR CHANNEL https://www.youtube.com/officialGIAchannel FOLLOW US Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/GIA4Cs Blog: http://4csblog.gia.edu/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/gianews Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/giapins/ Google Plus: https://plus.google.com/107659062959606193241
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South Sea Pearl
 
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The French Door's master jeweller hand make a south sea pearl pendant in his workshop. For more information go to our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Fr... Instagram: https://instagram.com/the_french_door/ Contact us: [email protected]
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Buy 6.45  Carat Natural South Sea Pearl Gemstone | aiagemstones.com
 
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Buy 6.45 Carat Natural South Sea Pearl Gemstone from AIA Gemstones Stone Weight : 6.45 Carat Country Of Origin : South Sea Shape & Cut : Oval Size(L W H) : 10*9*10.3 Per Carat : 1110 Total Price : 7159.5 Additional Charges GST : 3% Shipping : Extra For Appointments: Call Now : +91-7799041234 Email ID : [email protected] Buy Now : http://www.aiagemstones.com/product/buy-6.45-carat-natural-south-sea-pearl-gemstone/ Follow us on: https://www.facebook.com/aiagemsjewellers/ https://www.instagram.com/aiagemsjewellers/ https://twitter.com/aiagemstones If you have questions, message us on our Facebook page.
Freshwater and Saltwater pearls - Akoya, Tahitian and Freshwater
 
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I was asked to create a video to show and tell about saltwater and freshwater pearls. Can you tell the difference between saltwater and freshwater? Sometimes it takes an expert, but there are some things you can look at to give you clues, such as color. I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)
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Natural Multicolor South Sea Pearls
 
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Size 9-11 mm 47 round Pearl's. Reference V122
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Beautiful Natural and Original Pearls Finding From Oyster
 
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Oysters are bivalves, which means that its shell is made of two parts, or valves. The shell's valves are held together by an elastic ligament. This ligament is positioned where the valves come together, and usually keeps the valves open so the oyster can eat. These are the parts of an oyster inside the shell: Mouth (palps) Stomach Heart Intestines Gills Anus Abductor muscle Mantle As the oyster grows in size, its shell must also grow. The mantle is an organ that produces the oyster's shell, using minerals from the oyster's food. The material created by the mantle is called nacre. Nacre lines the inside of the shell. The formation of a natural pearl begins when a foreign substance slips into the oyster between the mantle and the shell, which irritate­s the mantle. It's kind of like the oyster getting a splinter. The oyster's natural reaction is to cover up that irritant to protect itself. The man­tle covers the irritant with layers of the same nacre substance that is used to create the shell. This eventually forms a pearl. So a pearl is a foreign substance covered with layers of nacre. Most pearls that we see in jewelry stores are nicely rounded objects, which are the most valuable ones. Not all pearls turn out so well. Some pearls form in an uneven shape -- these are called baroque pearls. Pearls, as you've probably noticed, come in a variety of various colors, including white, black, gray, red, blue and green. Most pearls can be found all over the world, but black pearls are indigenous to the South Pacific. Cultured pearls are created by the same process as natural pearls, but are given a slight nudge by pearl harvesters. To create a cultured pearl, the harvester opens the oyster shell and cuts a small slit in the mantle tissue. Small irritants are then inserted under the mantle. In freshwater cultured pearls, cutting the mantle is enough to induce the nacre secretion that produces a pearl -- an irritant doesn't have to be inserted. While cultured and natural pearls are considered to be of equal quality, cultured pearls are generally less expensive because they aren't as rare. 10 FASCINATING FACTS ABOUT PEARLS Pearls are the only jewels created by a living animal. A natural pearl of value is found in less than 1 in every 10,000 wild oysters.All pearl oysters are born male and transform into females at around three years of age.There are three major types of saltwater cultured pearls: Akoya, Tahitian and South Sea. These pearls account for approximately 5% of the total weight of global pearl production. Although they share many of the same characteristics, they can look vastly different as each pearl is sourced from a different species of oyster. These oceanic oysters typically grow only one pearl at a time.Freshwater pearls account for approximately 95% of total global pearl production but are much less valuable than saltwater pearls. China produces the overwhelming majority of freshwater pearls in pearl farms that may range from a farmer's fishpond to massive lakes filled with over a million mussels. A single freshwater mussel will typically produce between 30 and 50 pearls at a time. Even with cultivation practices, South Sea pearls are incredibly rare. By way of comparison, the weight of diamond production each year is about 10 times greater than the weight of the annual Australian South Sea pearls harvest. Pearl oysters are also used for their shell (known as mother-of-pearl) and their meat.The earliest record we have of pearls as precious objects are artefacts from Mesopotamia dated to around 2300 B.C.Recently, a two thousand year old pearl was found in an Australian Aboriginal archaeological dig in the Kimberley region of Western Australia.La Peregrina (Spanish for ‘the incomparable’) is one of the most famous pearls in the world. The 500-year-old pearl is pear shaped and the size of a large pigeon’s egg. Its previous owners included a King of Spain, Napoleon Bonaparte and Elizabeth Taylor.In the early days, pearl divers regularly faced the threat of shark attacks as well as the dreaded crippling effects of the bends with every dive. In the late 19th Century and early 20th Century, the mortality rate for divers was as high as 50 per cent. Today, there are strict protocols and regulations regarding occupational diving to reduce these risks. #originalpearls #pearl #pearls #necklace #pendant #jewelry #kalungrhodiummutiaralaut #pearlnecklace #mutiaralaut #rhodiumnecklace #kalungmutiaralautmurah #original #southseapearl #kalungmutiaralaut #delhi #bangalore #pune #hyderabad #pearljewelry #freshwaterpearl #hyderabadpearls #madebyorder #madebyorderonly #instanature #baroquepearl #neclaces #baroquepearlnecklace #handmade #baroques #bhfyp
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The Story of the Golden South Sea Pearl
 
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March of 2011 a team of four went on a journey around the world to discover the cultured pearl. The mission of this journey was to explore the pearl producing regions of the world and share the true story of these magnificent gemstones. We would meet and interview the most influential pearl farmers and their workers who maintain the delicate balance between man and nature with one common goal... producing beautiful pearls. This video will give you a look at the beauty of the Philippines, the farm workers, and the passion that drives them. This is the golden South Sea pearl.
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