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Conch Pearls

Last Update: Saturday, October 31, 2009 At: 8:6:30 (Total Listings: 12)
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Florida Keys Treasures
The pink or conch pearl is produced by the Queen Conch. Conch pearls are porcelain-like, have a silky glimmer and in most cases a wavy pattern.
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Volitidae Family
Vogue Gioiello.net - The Melo Melo generates pearls similar to the Strombus conch Creation
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Turbinidae Family
Vogue Gioiello.net - Produces rare greenish-yellow pearls
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Strombidae Family
Vogue Gioiello.net The Strombus gigas is the most famous producer of conch pearls
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Selectraders Pearl Encyclopedia
Conch Pearls
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Melo Melo Orange Pearls
by Pearl Guide.com - The melo melo "pearl" comes not from an oyster or mollusk, but instead from the Melo melo marine snail, which is found in the waters of the South China Sea and the Bay of Bengal....
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Pearl Guide.Com
"Conch Pearls DefinedA Conch Pearl is a non-nacreous, calcareous concretion produced primarily by the Queen Conch (Strombus gigas). Conch pearls often exhibit a flame-like pattern due to concentrically arranged calcium carbonate plateles in a lamellar fasion."

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Conch Pearls
So-called "conch pearls" (pronounced "konk") contain no nacre, so technically they are not actually pearls at all. Instead, the gems are calcareous concretions, similar to kidney stones in humans. They are produced by the Queen conch mollusk (Strombus gigas), which lives primarily in the Caribbean near southern Florida.
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Pearls From Abalone&Conch
Sometimes, natural pearls are found in the various ear shells and considered very valuable due to their rarity.
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How To Buy A Conch Pearl
When purchasing conch (pronounced 'konk') pearls it is better to avoid the types of mountings where the pearl has been drilled or glued....
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Gem Profile 10 - Conch Pearl
Marine archeologist Sue Hendrickson was, until last year, a one-woman cartel for a little-known pearl found in a Caribbean univalve mollusk call a Queen conch (pronounced conk, as in honk).
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Haliotidae Pearls
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