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The black pearl
The archipelago of the Gambier is the birthplace of an oyster the "pinctada margaritifera" which produces a very specific type of nacre. After 2 years spent at 8 meters under the sea level, the result is amazing, the sedimentation process led the nucleus to transform in an authentic black pearl. Actually, the black pearl can have a great variation of grey ranging between light grey and anthracite. After 2 years spent under the sea level, the result is impressive!
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