Do you know the beautiful color of a conch shell? This magnificent form appears slightly rugged on the outside but inside is the softest and most beautiful pink imaginable. Wouldn’t it be beautiful to have a conch pearl from a magnificent conch shell? You can!
Natural Pink Pearls
These are three natural conch pearls from St. Croix. They were harvested from a conch shell by fishermen. Conch pearls are not cultured pearls. They are all natural pearls, formed within the shell of the conch.
Conchs are sea snails. So, although considered a mollusk, they are not the typical bivalve we think of when we culture pearls. And it is pretty tough pearl to maintain within the mobile body of the conch. harvest a pearl Harvested over twenty years ago, I bought these pearls from a jeweler’s estate collection. The large pearl is a 4.93 carat conch pearl, valued at $650 per carat. The two smaller conch pearls are about a carat and a half each. They are valued at $250 per carat. The entire collection of three pearls are valued at close to $4000. And I am offering the three pearls at half price, just $2750.
Do you prefer to purchase them separately? The larger pearl can be purchased for just $2000 and the two smaller pearls for $750.
These pearls have been authenticated by two separate sources. They are authentic pearls, all natural pearls and untreated. They have a beautiful porcelain like shine to them and are a gorgeous pink color.
You can read more on The Beauty of Conch Pearls here!
I am a modern day treasure hunter who travels the world for gorgeous pearls and amazing adventures. I own a pearl jewelry and jewelry repair business, ThePearlGirls.com, with a cute retail store in Athens, GA. I also have a Pearl Travel business and travel blog at TheWorldofPearl.com.