Pearl is round, shiny, and white stone that is created inside oysters and is caught from the shores of the Persian Gulf and is one of the precious stones of the Middle East. Pearl has long been known as the queen of Gemstones and Natural Persian Gulf pearls are among the most precious treasures of this earth.
The use of this stone in jewelry multiplies their beauty and gives them a special effect. Pearl is a white and shiny gem. Pearls form inside the shell of some bivalve mollusks; when a foreign body, like sand particles, is inserted into an oyster, the animal secretes layers of organic matter, conchiolin, and carbonate, around the foreign body, which eventually forms a pearl.
The shape of the pearl is often close to spherical. Pearls have been found for thousands of years along the shores of the Persian Gulf, Ceylon-Sri Lanka, the Red Sea, Madagascar, India, China, Japan, the Philippines and Malaysia, New Guinea, Australia, Mexico, Venezuela, the United States, Britain, and France.