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Last Update: Friday, October 30, 2009 At: 13:51:4 (Total Listings: 12)
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Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm
TN history for kids
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Freshwater Mussels In Tennessee
...The shells of native Tennessee mussels are ideal for the lucrative cultured pearl industry. Sections from a mussel shell are taken, partitioned, rounded, polished and inserted into an oyster as the nuclei. After a period of time (usually 2 to 6 years)a "pearl" results. ...
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To Reproduce Mussels Go Fishing
The evolution of this freshwater pearl-maker reaches its apex in our Southeastern rivers - A Smithsonian Magazine Article
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Cultured Pearl Cultivation At Pearls Of Joy
Cultured pearls are simply real pearls managed in a semi-controlled environment.The culture of the modern pearl market drives an innovative process to develop pearls with reasonable quality and in quantity.
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Pearl Guide.Com
"Freshwater Pearls DefinedFreshwater pearls are pearls which grow in non-saline environment in freshwater mussels."

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US Pearl Cultivation
The 'Tennessee River Freshwater Pearl Farm - Also has links to Chinese Pearls - Japanese Pearls - South Sea Pearls - Tahitian Pearls and US Pearl Farms
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China Pearl Farms
Akoya & Zhuji Freshwater Pearls - " China has harvested freshwater pearls for many centuries in the 'zhuji' of China. World production and cultivation of freshwater pearls is dominated by the Chinese, who grown the mollusks in lakes, rivers, and ponds within the Zhejiang coastal region (aka "the hometown of pearl"). ... "
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Starting Your Own Freshwater Pearl Farm
" This is not intended as a step-by-step guide, but as a general outline. With the advances in Aquaculture, I am sure that if you had the time and the space that you could set up your own pearl farm. However, before you drain that backyard pool and quite your day job it would behoove you to visit an actual pearl farm and do a little more research. ..."
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Jewelry Market Place
Freshwater Pearls -Directory Of Freshwater Pearls. Find Freshwater Pearls Quickly.
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Grace Pearl
1. The Formation of Fresh Water Pearls 2. Freshwater Farming Techniques 3. Freshwater Pearls VS. Seawater Pearls 4. China as the center of the world freshwater pearl industry
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United States Geological Survey
Details are provided on the current status of freshwater pearl harvesting and the production of cultured pearls in U.S. waters. Those interested will also find a general history of pearls in America, dating all the way back to the time of Pocahontas.
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Freshwater Pearls
Freshwater pearls are produced by mussels and oysters that live in rivers, lakes or ponds. The majority of available freshwater pearls are freshwater pearls cultivated high quality natural specimens are rare and almost non-existent. Learn more about the freshwater pearls in China, Japan, and America in this article by Kojima Company.
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