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The Organic Nature of Pearls

Formation and Environment

Pearls – unlike any other gems – are organic. They are created inside a living organism. Regardless of whether it forms naturally or is cultured on the farm, oysters live beneath the water surface amidst plants and marine animals in an increasingly fragile ecosystem.

Key Environmental Factors

The key factors that can make or break the ecosystem are:

  • Availability of clean water
  • Presence of a diverse and rich marine life
  • Pollutants
  • Adverse environmental and climatic changes

Renewable Gemstone

Pearls are the only renewable gemstone observable in the human timescale. If we understand and appreciate that the pearls we are wearing are not only renewable but will also improve the environment and will only thrive - no! exist - only if the environment is protected, we will see pearls in a different light and will value pearls even more.

Interdependence of Humans and Nature

Perhaps no other partnership can better illustrate the interdependence and coexistence between humans and nature as described above better than Robert Wan and his pearls.


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