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Black pearls have a mysterious aura surrounding them, and they were once so rare that they were referred to as the “Pearl of Queens”.According to history and the myths, these lustrous black pearls are symbolic of wisdom gained through experience. They also represent purity and innocence, it is captivating how a pearl starts as a simple grain of sand inside an oyster that will eventually be transformed into a precious gem.
Tahitian pearls are parented by the rare black-lipped oyster, Pinctada Margaritifera. Those pearls formed near to the inner shell are darker, while those formed further away are a lighter gray or silver.
Note: No two natural stones are ever alike and your one-of-a-kind pearl will have small variations from the image due to every gem forming in its own way naturally.
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