Natural pearl at 1+ carat

Natural pearl at 1.32 carat

Natural pearl at 1.32 carat

Type of pearl: Salt Water Natural Pearl



*Carat Weight: 1.32 carat


*Shape: A loose Drilled Rounded Pearl


*Size in mm: 5.78 x 5.80 x 5.92mm


*Color: Cream


Location of Origin: Bahrain


Clasp Metal Type: Natural pearl will come with a 16'inch 18K White Gold chain.


Certificate: Report 13-185 - Bahrain


*Price: $723 SOLD!


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Apr 11, 2013
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Natural pearls are still being found today
by: Kari

Natural pearls are still being found today but they are rare. There are reliable labs that can detect a natural pearl from a cultured pearls. Better yet, if you know the person who actually found a natural pearl. The Persian Gulf (as well as other places all over the world) still produces natural pearls and that's where the pearls on this page come from. To say there are not natural pearls being found today is showing ignorance. Natural pearl necklaces can be made without being in the 6 figure range. Baroque natural pearls are less expensive then perfectly round natural pearls, so the necklaces can be quite affordable. I became very excited about natural pearls after I saw the market being flooded with all sorts of cultured pearls. I decided to seek for rare natural pearls and have been finding them in the most delightful places! Thank you for commenting and happy pearl hunting!

Apr 10, 2013
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Natural pearls have their own identity.
by: Anonymous

There is No hand of a human,if a pearl is found natural.When a pearl is X-radioographed the examiner,if he sees onion rings type structure inside he knows that its natural and real, on the other hand if he see a bead it's understood that it's a cultivated pearl and it culture.A natural pearl has a layer upon layer of nacre where as a culture pearl has a bead inside and has only a thin layer of nacre .Natural pearls are considered as items of luxury.people who wear them they know what they are worth and anything which is artificial is artificial.

Apr 08, 2013
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How can we know?
by: Anonymous

How could anyone possibly know if this is a natural pearl, produced by the oyster, begun with a natural irritant? I understand the only way is to x-ray them to see if there is an artificial irritant in the center that began the pearl inside the oyster. The oyster still produced it but a human had to introduce an artificial something to begin the process. I understand that these days almost no pearls being sold are a true, natural pearl made entirely by a natural irritant inside the oyster. I think that any jewelry being sold as "natural" pearl jewelry is almost certainly either a cultured pearl, or an antique, a piece handed down from someone's great-great(great?) grandmother, or aunt, or something. I would never buy any piece claiming to be an actual natural pearl that has been created totally by nature with no human intervention. It just doesn't occur and although it's a great thought to have such a piece you aren't going to find anything like that unless it is going for something in the six figure range. Or it's really a cultured pearl someone is trying to pass of as a true natural. And besides, an oyster is still required to do the work in making a cultured pearl, so that's good enough for me. And it's more of a sure thing that you will get a nice round pearl and also pearls that can be easily matched up with others, making that strand very beautiful.

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