Pearl & Mother of Pearl Studs
An iridescent oval of mother of pearl with a large round pearl sitting at the top.
A pearl is formed when an irritant works its way into a particular type of oyster, mussel or clam shell. As a defence mechanism the mollusc then produces an iridescent substance called nacre, which coats the irritant. Layer upon layer of this coating is deposited until a lustrous pearl is formed. Nacre also coats the inner layer of the shell, which is called mother of pearl.
Pearl, mother of pearl & Sterling silver.
Roughly 40mm X 29mm X 9mm
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