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FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT AUSTRALIAN SOUTH SEA PEARLS

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Q: What is a pearl made of? A pearl is a natural gem created by a living organism. When a foreign object is introduced into a mussel or oyster the animal coats the irritant with a substance called nacre, the same material with which it builds it's shell. Layers of nacre build up to make a pearl. Q: How much time does it take to complete a strand? Strands made of Australian South Sea Pearls up to 15mm are often put together from one harvest. Exceptional strands often take three or more harvests. Some have taken much longer. But the answer is not so...

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What do you know about Pearls history?

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During Christopher Columbus’s third (1498) and fourth (1502) voyages to the New World, he repeatedly encountered native people adorned with natural pearls. 

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World's oldest pearl discovered near Abu Dhabi

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The 8,000-year-old pearl was found during excavations at Marawah Island which also revealed the earliest architecture in the UAE.

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The Pearl Journey

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Few people outside the gem industry realize the true nature of a cultured pearl’s journey.

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¿Hay alguna edad para llevar Perlas?

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Cada vez nuestras clientes son más jóvenes

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