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The Versatile Charm of Pearls: Exploring Natural Basra Moti and Cultured Options

Pearls have been a symbol of elegance and beauty for centuries. These gemstones come in a variety of types including Natural Basra Pearls and Cultured Pearls. Natural pearls are rare and are considered the best for astrological purposes, while Cultured Pearls are grown in a controlled environment and come in different types including Freshwater and Salt Water. In this article, we will delve into the different types of pearls available, their characteristics, and the best options for astrological purposes or as a timeless piece of jewelry. Whether you're a pearl aficionado or a newcomer, this guide will help you understand the versatile charm of these fascinating gemstones.

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Are Bigger Gemstones Better? Understanding the Factors that Affect Gemstone Quality

What’s the first reaction or question that comes to your mind when hear about a new diamond or gemstone jewelry purchase? Without a doubt, questions associated with “What’s the carat size/weight of the gemstone?” would instantly come to mind.

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Pearl - Feminine Strength

It’s interesting that pearl is precious item used in this verse in comparison to a women’s value. When an oyster finds a grain of sand or some irritating object inside of it, it continues to smooth and coat the object until over time the point of irritation becomes a pearl.

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June Birthstone: The Pretty Pearls

Pearls are classic, elegant and a staple to any girl's wardrobe. Go ahead and see for yourself how vast and popular this gem is by counting how many women you see wearing pearls.

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Gemstone - Beauty, Longevity, Rarity

The three main quality of gemstone that attract people are- the beauty, longevity and rarity which makes them stand out from the world of inanimate nature.

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Natural v/s Synthetic Gemstones.

Due to the rarity and scarcity of some Natural Gemstones, they are produced artificially in laboratories to create synthetic gems, which are similar to natural gemstones. Synthetic gems are often referred to as "clones" of natural gemstones.

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