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Submission Criteria

  • -Loose, mounted or strung pearls
  • -Sautoir/Meshlah: Traditional long necklaces (usually multiple strands) that suspend a tassel or other ornament, approval required.
  • -Thanks/Bunches: Multiple strands (usually 10 or more) tied together in one hank or bunch, usually between 16 to 20 inches, can be either uniform or graduated in size, approval required.


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  • Heirloom jewellery is cherished for its legacy.
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  • Know your pearl’s identity with the GIA Pearl Identification Report, offered by the independent, unbiased pearl experts, since 1934.

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Each result type will be delivered in a separate, secure package:

  • Outside of Service Criteria – The contents of this package are either outside requested of the sorting diameter range or outside of the submission criteria.
  • Stimulants – The contents of this package have been determined to not be diamond and are stimulants.
  • Laboratory-Grown – The contents of this package have been identified as laboratory-grown diamonds.
  • HPHT Treated Natural – The contents of this package have been identified as HPHT treated natural diamonds.
  • Round Natural – The contents of this package have been identified as round natural diamonds.
  • Fancy-Shaped Natural – The contents of this package have been identified as fancy-shaped natural diamonds.
  • Color Sorting Options for round diamonds
    • D-to-E, F-to-G, H-to-I, J-to-Z
    • D-to-F, G-to-H, I-to-J, K-to-Z
    • D-to-F, G-to-I, J-to-L, M-to-Z
    • D-to-G, H-to-I, J-to-K, L-to-Z
    • No Color Sorting

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About Pearls

Pearls are gems that form inside a living mollusc. They exist in a wide variety of sizes, colours, and shapes influenced by a variety of factors, such as mollusc species, environmental conditions and human interference. Natural pearls form when the mantle of a mollusc is irritated by a foreign “intruder.” The mollusc secretes calcium carbonate, often in the form of nacre, to protect itself from the irritant. As the mollusc deposits more and more layers, a pearl forms. Most natural pearls are small and irregular in shape. Large pearls with round or drop shapes are incredibly rare and valuable. Cultured pearls form through human intervention when a nucleus is planted into the mollusc to spur pearl growth. The nucleus is often a round shell bead, which helps determine the size and shape of the pearl that forms. The most common cultured nacreous pearls are South Sea, Tahitian, akoya and freshwater. Learn More

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