Natural Oyster Pearl

by kelly garza
(kingsville tx usa)

Brown & white natural oyster pearl

Brown & white natural oyster pearl

My boyfriend was eating a fried oyster and bit into a huge pearl. It is almost as big as a penny, white and brown in color. How can I found out how much its worth?

Kari's note: Wow...congratulations! Thanks for including a photo. I love to see photos! All natural pearls are special. Not all are valuable, however and some are worth more as keepsake items.

Finding a natural pearl is rare and the more abundant cultured pearls become the more special a natural pearl is in comparison.

2 appraisers I recommend are EGL in NYC. See: and Gina Latendresse at American Pearl Company in Nashville, TN. See: American Pearl Company

Thanks for sharing!

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Mar 08, 2012
by: kelly

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