Tying the Knot with a Found Quahog Pearl

Sandy Sikorski and Ken Steinkamp were having a delicious meal at a seafood restaurant in Rhode Island when Sikorski bit into something strange. She chomped down on a rare Mercenaria pearl buried in the clam she ate. The chances of finding one is roughly one in one million. They took the pearl to a jeweler who crafted it into a gorgeous engagement ring. Now, the bride and groom's big day has finally arrived and Inside Edition got a front row seat.

NOTE: The pearl used to show how she found the quahog pearl is not a quahog pearl but you can see the real quahog pearl in the ring.

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