MAGNIFICENT SOUTH SEA BAROQUE PEARL ~ MALUKU ISLANDS / INDONESIA Item # : 140 16779 Type of pearl : South Sea pearl ~ cultured Amount : 1 (one) loose pearl * All photos are taken from the actual item * Weight : 4.28 gram = 21.40 cts Pearl measurements / size : GIANT Length: approx. 18.83 mm Width: approx. 13.61 mm Depth: approx. 12.45 mm Shape : Baroque Nacre : Very thick Color : Bi-color body Overtone color : A lustrous golden, champagne and light silvery cream overtone with a beautiful silken glow (slightly shaded) Surface : Clean Luster : Excellent Quality : A-Grade / AA+ to AAA * To read more about pearls look at our custom link: GUIDES * Origin : Maluku Islands (Moluccan) / Indonesia Treatment : None ~ 100 % organic cultured pearl and natural color Drilling : This pearl is not drilled. Please see our Pearl Drilling Policy page: Very Important Note on Drilling of Pearls Remarks : South Sea pearls are among the rarest of all pearls that are available. Since the dawn of civilization, pearls have been one of the most priced possessions of mankind. Like gold or jewels, they hold an irresistible allure for people as a symbol of rare beauty and wealth. There were times when pearls were harvested one by one from wild oysters living under the sea. Today there are not many traditional divers that still search for natural pearls in this manner. Instead high-quality South Sea pearls are cultivated in farms in the pristine waters of the Indonesian archipelago. This extremely rare South Sea pearl is an inspiration from nature! The color is natural and does not have any enhancements. This South Sea pearl is simply beautiful. To touch this pearl is to touch the smoothness of silk! This pearl is made by nature; nurtured by man, every individual pearl carries with it the adventure, a history and a story, unique only to pearls. Don’t miss this opportunity to own this rare South Sea pearl Our photographs have been enlarged to show details. Most details shown in the large image are actually not visible to the naked eye. We have made the image as close as possible to the original item when viewed on our screen. Depending on the viewers monitor settings, these items may appear a few shades lighter or darker in comparison to the original object.