Finding a Purple Pearl: Will it change her luck?

A North Philadelphia woman sees it as a sign her luck is about to change.

Malta Medina went to Wolf Jewelers at 8th and Walnut Streets today to get an estimate on her newly acquired pearl.

Medina found the natural pearl in a clam she was eating.

Natural as opposed to cultured pearls are quite rare according to Bob Wolf.

See video and read entire article here.

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Oct 08, 2009
Hope it encourages you
by: Kari


Congratulations on finding your pearl. It is lovely. It must have been exciting to have news coverage too.

I hope that finding a rare natural pearl will give you tons of new inspiration and encouragement!

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