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Pearls are best known for their lustrous white color but actually come in an assortment of different colors.

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The popularity of pearls can be traced back to ancient civilizations, where they were highly valued for their beauty and were worn by the wealthy and powerful. In ancient Rome and Greece, pearls were a symbol of wealth and were often used to adorn the clothing and jewelry of the upper classes. In China and Japan, pearls were also highly valued and were often given as gifts to royalty and the nobility.

In recent years, pearls have become more popular as a fashion statement and are used to create a wide variety of jewelry. They are considered to be a classic and timeless gemstone, and are often used to create elegant and sophisticated jewelry.

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Birthstone of June

Pearl is the birthstone of June. Pearls have a long history of symbolic meaning. They have been associated with purity, innocence, and integrity, as well as being a symbol of wealth and luxury. In many cultures, pearls are also seen as symbols of wisdom and are often associated with the moon. They are also said to bring the wearer good luck, and to have healing properties. In some ancient cultures, pearls were also believed to have the power to protect the wearer from evil spirits.

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Pearls come in a variety of types, including natural pearls, cultured pearls and freshwater pearls. Natural pearls are the most valuable, as they are the rarest, and are formed without human intervention. Cultured pearls, on the other hand, are formed with human intervention. They are created by introducing a small irritant into the mollusk, which causes it to form a pearl. Freshwater pearls are formed in freshwater mussels and are less expensive than saltwater pearls.

The value of pearls is determined by factors such as size, color, shape, luster, surface quality, and matching. The most valuable pearls are those that are large, have a high luster, and are perfectly round. Pearls with a natural color are also more valuable than those that have been dyed.

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