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"Natural": Real vs. Fake?

 
Most consumers often ask sellers if their pearls are "natural." In the pearl trade, "natural" pearls refer to pearls found in the "wild" which have not been cultivated. These are extremely rare and are often very valuable. By such logic, all cultivated pearls are not "natural" even though they have been grown in a partnership between man and nature. 
What they really mean to ask is, are the pearls real?

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Most consumers often ask sellers if their pearls are "natural." In the pearl trade, "natural" pearls refer to pearls found in the "wild" which have not been cultivated. These are extremely rare and are often very valuable. By such logic, all cultivated pearls are not "natural" even though they have been grown in a partnership between man and nature. 
What they really mean to ask is, are the pearls real?

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Let's Talk About Pearls

 
As Gemological Institute of America (GIA) pearl graduates, we are passionate about pearls and are more than happy to share our experiences with you. We conduct information sessions to individuals, clubs, societies and companies. These sessions are free-of-charge, interactive and fun.
If this is something you are interested in, please provide your information below and we will inform you of future events. 
"Yes, I'd like to attend a free information session about pearls."