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Amoro’s Exquisite and Exotic Pearl Jewelry

Posted by on 6/15/2012
High-quality pearls that form spontaneously in nature without any human intervention are extremely rare and therefore incredibly expensive. This is the main reason why cultured pearl jewelry dominates today’s retail marketplace. Cultured pearls are created when a tiny bead or other irritant is intentionally inserted into an oyster to stimulate the production of nacre. After a 2-3 year cultivation period, a fully formed gemstone may then be harvested. Amoro.com offers several types of cultured pearl jewelry, including Tahitian and South Sea pearls. Here are some facts and features of each: Tahitian Pearls • Also known as Black South Sea Pearls • Come in a variety of gorgeous colors that range from delicate peacock to deep eggplant • Produced from oysters found exclusively near the French Polynesian islands and Tahiti South Sea Pearls • Typically the biggest and most valuable type of cultured pearl • Common colors include white, silver, and gold • Produced from silver-lipped or golden-lipped oysters inhabiting waters near Australia, Indonesia, and the Philippines—an area referred to as the South Seas Although pearls are suitable to give on any occasion, they make particularly lovely anniversary jewelry gifts. Fans of the Tahitian variety will love our single-strand necklace featuring 29 black pearls (13-16mm), while those that prefer the classic South Sea look will adore the one with 31 white pearls (12-15mm). Both options come with a 14k white gold clasp. If you can’t make up your mind which type looks best, choose our multicolored necklace with a unique blend of peacock, white, and golden Tahitian and South Sea pearls. Understanding the basic characteristics of Tahitian and South Sea pearls will help you purchase great cultured pearl jewelry every time you shop at Amoro.com. Visit our site today to view all the exquisite and exotic pearls we currently offer.
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