Monday, June 19, 2017

Gems N' Loans Pearl Jewelers in Dana Point

You Won't Believe What We Found Near the Harbor
Mariela was beach combing when she found what to her surprise was clam shell with a pearl in it. Finding jewelers in Dana Point that carried such large pearls was to be determined. 

What made it special is that clams and mussels don't produce pearls very often. Most pearls are made by oysters, and they can be made in either freshwater or saltwater environments. Oysters can grow, while an internal organ called the mantle, uses minerals from the oyster's food intake to produce a substance called nacre, which is used to coat any foreign objects that might have drifted into the shell. This is how a pearl is formed. 

 To protect itself, an oyster's natural reaction will be to cover up the irritant. It does so by causing the mantle to cover the irritant with layers of nacre. This substance, usually used to create the shell, will instead form a pearl.

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