BLACK PEARL RINGS
BLACK PEARL necklaces
BLACK PEARL earrıngs
Pearl is the oldest known gem and was considered the most valuable for centuries. It comes in various colours ranging from white to black, silver, cream, pink, champagne (gold), green, and blue.
Pearls are formed from the organic substance of living creatures - oysters and molluscs; this distinguishes them from other gemstones. Their chemical structure contains calcium carbonate in minute crystalline form, deposited in concentric layers. As a naturally occurring gem, pearls occur in many unique shapes. The shape of every pearl is slightly distinct, like every diamond, depending on the nucleus and its position within the mollusc. Round pearls are the most desired and prized because they are rare and natural. Thus, when most people think of pearls, they think of round pearls. Pearls can also be harvested from cultured oysters and freshwater mussels. The value of a pearl is determined by several characteristics, including the kind of pearl, its lustre, shape, colour, nacre, and size. The lustre of a pearl indicates its quality; a high-quality pearl is so brilliant and sparkling that you can see your reflection in it. Another consideration is the nacre, which gives a pearl its colour and sparkle. The pearl with the thickest nacre is the most expensive.
Since they were first discovered, pearls have been the world's oldest, most sought-after and most revered gems. As mentioned in legends and texts, pearls have been used in art pieces in several countries, including Egypt, China and Greece. Their first usage dates back to about 5,200 years ago in Egypt and is seen in paintings and sculptures in the ancient Egypt era. It was described as freshwater pearls in Chinese literature and historical documents 4,000 years ago, and this definition is still acknowledged today. The oldest piece of pearl jewellery is a 2,700-year-old necklace found in a Queen's tomb in ancient Persia. It is known as the Susa necklace, containing three rows of 72 pearls each. A pearl, often called the moon's teardrops is the June birthstone and the stone for cancer's zodiac sign.
Glamira supplies the pearls with high quality by considering the value criteria. To create unique designs of pearl jewellery, Glamira uses white, pink and black pearls in its collections. You are free to customise that teardrops of the moon as a pair of pearl drop earrings. Or you can wrap that ancient heritage around your neck as a pearl necklace and feel like a protagonist of a myth or a legend. You can also combine it with rose or white gold to have a pearl ring which will underline an ever-lasting style like a Susa necklace!