Black Pearl – Intense Opalescence

October 21, 2011 by Emma

Black pearls ooze sensuality. These pearls are mystical, exotic, daring and adventurous. So it is not surprising that these sea gems are the preferred choice of many women.

Black pearls nucleate in the black-lipped oyster called the Pinctada Margaritifera, found off the exotic lagoons of French Polynesia in the South pacific.

The oyster that produces these pearls is large; growing almost twelve inches in size. Black pearls are not really black, but a combination of dark hues such as blue, peacock green and charcoal grey. Although true black pearls do exist, they are extremely rare to find these days.

Some of the other dark pearls such as Akoya and Freshwater are dyed or treated black.

Typically, black pearl earrings are crafted with diamonds and other precious stones. The contrasting colors of black pearls and diamonds create a mesmerizing effect, which further enhances the beauty of pearl earrings. The wearer’s face lights up with mystical and alluring charm.

Whether it is a simple stud design or a more intricate cluster and dangle creation, black pearl earrings are famous for their intense opalescence.

A Black pearl necklace emanates power, mystery, and charming beauty. All these qualities of black pearls can be summed up in one word: enchanting..

A matinee black pearl necklace worn for a boardroom meeting can signify a woman’s authority and reach. It gives her an aura of boldness. In every avatar this black orphic gem necklace creates ruptures of excitement.

A single large black orphic gem, set in sterling silver, and interspersed with diamonds is the ultimate finger band accessory. Rings symbolize love and commitment. This single accessory generates more emotions than all the other accessories combined together.

A black pearl ring, whether gifted on a valentine’s day or worn during engagement, is meant for eternity. Romance is the other name for these gorgeous finger bands.

Emma

Emma Frost is the Creative Associate at The Pearl Source since July 2012.
She has been involved in various Creative Projects at The Pearl Source and is a keen blogger.
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