Set of 12 Cultured Freshwater Pearl 7-8mm Stud Earrings
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High-Quality Lead Free 925 Sterling Silver that delivers exceptional shine and ultimate protection.
7-8MM Freshwater Cultured Pearls (12 pairs) Crafted in 925 Sterling Silver. This beautiful design jewelry is unique and elegant, which is suitable for you to wear at any occasion and can be matched with any outfit.
These earrings are an excellent gift for Anniversaries, Brides, Wedding Party, Holiday, Graduations, Birthdays, or just as a surprise to remind that special someone how much you care. It brings an elegant and graceful look to any special occasion.
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Pearl Jewelry: Pearls are the only jewels created by a living animal. A natural pearl of value is found in less than 1 in every 10,000 wild oysters. Every pearl is unique. No two are alike, and all have some imperfections. Cleopatra won a bet that she could provide Marc Antony with a banquet costing more than the assets of a country. She took off a pearl earring, dissolved it in wine and drank it. Pearls come in a large variety of colors like white,cream,blue, pink, lavender, and black. In Western cultures, the pearl has astrological associations with the planet Venus. Like pearls, the goddess of love came from the sea.
Astrological Sign: Gemini, Cancer
Meaning: Loyalty, faithfulness and friendship Healing properties of Pearl: The June birthstone is reputed to be effective for health problems relating to the heart, spleen, stomach, intestine & ulcer problems. The Pearl is also used to enhance personal integrity. Sources of Pearl: Persian Gulf, the Gulf of Mannar, the South Pacific, the Gulf of California, the Gulf of Mexico, the Pacific coast of Mexico, Europe, Japan and Australia.
Interesting Facts: The traditional characteristics of Pearl are modesty, chastity and purity. Pearls are often associated with good luck as it was considered a good fortune when divers would find oysters with perfect pearls. Indian legend has it that pearls were heavenly dew drops than fell into the sea. In India, ancient warriors attached the pearls to their weapons to symbolize the tears and sorrow of those slain by the weapons.