What are Jyotish Pearls and why they are auspicious?
There are two moments in a diver’s life:
One, when a beggar, he prepares to plunge;
Then, when a prince, he rises with his prize.
These words by Robert Browning are apt for describing the rarity of the pearl and its capacity to change the fortune from a beggar to a prince in an instant.
But is it that easy to get a Natural Pearl?
The formation of Natural Pearl in the lap of Mother Nature is entirely accidental event with no human intervention or a chemical intervention.
It is believed that a Natural Pearl is made in nature by accident when a grain of sand or an intruder organism enters an oyster. In order to safeguard it and immobilize the intruder the mollusc secrets a nacreous like substance. This process is repeated over a number of years till you actually have a real pearl
The chances of Getting a real Natural Pearl is 1 to a million (10,00,000)
Why are Jyotish Pearls even more rarer?
First it is very difficult to get a natural pearl. In this world it is approximated that only 3 % of pearls are Natural pearl and then when you go to find a Jyotish Pearl in this 3% the choice becomes even rarer. A Jyotish Gemstone Natural Pearl should have
1) Be Natural
2) Pleasing surface with no to minor blemishes
3) Alluring lustre, good polish, pleasing overtone
4) Symmetric and pleasing body shape such as round, button, baroque, oval etc
5) Pristine white, off white, cream white or a very light pinkish white Glossy surface for harnessing Moon energies. Read more about choice of colours in Jyotish Gemstones.
6) Should be free from flaws as described in the sacred texts to deliver any results
How to Identify a Natural Pearl?
Many People use fancy terms such as Keshi, Burmese Pearl, and South Sea etc to confuse the customer. None of these are natural pearls and you can read about that in detail here. Many fly by night operator’s pedal off poor quality irregular shaped pearls stating that because the pearl is irregular it is more natural etc.
Natural Pearl Identification is a difficult task and involves the mandatory use of X Ray Radiography test which is made up of X-Ray Fluorescent test, and X-Ray diffraction test. If the certificate you have for the pearl does not mention this fact then most likely you have a fake pearl.
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|Gemstone||Non Nucleated Natural Pearl / Nacre|
|Treatment||None, fully Natural. Radiography report & Certificate provided|
|All inclusive Price||$ 7167.58 / INR 440304.34|
|Comments||Featured Today is an all natural massive 4.23 carats pearl set in White Gold with detailing factors in Yellow Gold for a striking impressive pendant. This piece excels on both parameters such as the Gemstone that is rare, durable, beautiful and certified natural and also on the design.It is of great fortune to own a pearl this size. We at Gemstoneuniverse feel gratitude for being a part of this story where an auspicious rare Jyotish Gemstone has met its owner.
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