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A Genuine Pearl Necklace

June 14th, 2010

If you don’t think that a pearl necklace is worth the money, you might need to do a little more research into the rare nature of how pearls are farmed and how they are processed. I am not a pearl farmer, but I can tell you that pearls do not come easy for those in search for them. In fact, most places where saltwater pearls are found are very dangerous expeditions. The reason for the danger has to do in large part with the places they are farmed. I will not mention any names as a means of respect, but the third world countries that are famous for saltwater pearls have very crooked governments in which bribes take precedent over justice.

So how does the rare nature of pearls relate to a beautiful pearl necklace? For starters, a pearl necklace is not one of those jewelry pieces that are easily replicated. Even genuine gold and silver is manufactured at a higher rate than pearls. And even though you can buy a costume pearl necklace for pennies on the dollar in relation to a genuine pearl necklace, the beauty and brilliance are not there.

The great thing about a pearl necklace is that you can’t replicate the pride a woman has in wearing something that is rare in nature. Not only is the pearl necklace rare due to the danger in finding pearls, but the fact that the pearl comes from a clam shell that must grow and develop is also an amazing feat in itself.

So where is the best place to buy genuine pearls and how do you know if you are getting a fair deal when you purchase? The answer to both questions lies in the fact that you need to go to a trustworthy jeweler. That could be someone you already do business with or a referral from a friend or family member. Remember, when it comes to genuine jewelry like a pearl necklace, you will get burned if you try and take shortcuts.

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