“Magnificent is Rare,” but these exquisite treasures take rare to the next level:
The Melo Melo Pearl is the rarest pearl in the world, a natural, non-nacreous pearl formed by a sea snail as opposed to an oyster. Its vivid surface shimmers with flame or swirling patterns in the light. The most beautiful Melo, Orange Melo, comes from off the coast of Vietnam.
The extremely rare Conch Natural Pearl, a non-nacreous pearl that also exhibits a “flame structure,” is produced by the Queen Conch mollusk. It is most coveted in an intense pink color.
Natural Angel Skin Coral is the palest or lightest color coral. With barely a whisper of pink or orange, it is also the rarest and most sought after of all corals—truly beyond rare.
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