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Colors of Coral Jewelry

For those who know of it's sheer, delightful beauty, even in it's natural state before it is harvested from under the sea, polished coral is perhaps one of the most desirable organic gemstones.

Most coral that is used for jewelry grow in shallow, temperate oceans and seas throughout the world, although some coral can be found in deeper waters of oceans and seas.

It comes in several tantalizing colors, most notably, red, black, white, orange, pink, and blue. The colors of the coral depends mainly on where it grows.

The red coral that grows in the Mediterranean Sea, especially near Italy and the North African coast, is known and valued for it's red color, known as blood coral or ox-blood red coral.

A rare off white variety of coral, known as angel skin, which is white with a tinge of pink or peach, has become very popular today and is used to adorn precious and simi-precious metals such as gold and silver.

Black coral, one of the most beautiful and fascinating of coral species, grows in waters off the Hawaiian Islands and Mexico.

Maui Divers of Honolulu, Hawaii, one of the largest jewelry manufacturer on the islands, makes some of the most exquisitely beautiful pieces of coral jewelry in the world.

Black and gold coral jewelry, mated with black and gray pearl rings and fine gold and silver pendants, are a must have gift for anyone living or vacationing on the Hawaiian Islands.

In medieval times, coral was a favorite gemstone because it was thought to have magical powers that affected the wearer's health, protected children, and kept warriors safe during battle.

Today, rings, bracelets, necklaces, and other coral jewelry are bought for their colorful beauty and are prized by individuals and collectors, alike.

It comes in several tantalizing colors, most notably, red, black, white, orange, pink, and blue. The colors of the coral depends mainly on where it grows.

The red coral that grows in the Mediterranean Sea, especially near Italy and the North African coast, is known and valued for it's red color, known as blood coral or ox-blood red coral.

A rare off white variety of coral, known as angel skin, which is white with a tinge of pink or peach, has become very popular today and is used to adorn precious and simi-precious metals such as gold and silver.

Black coral, one of the most beautiful and fascinating of coral species, grows in waters off the Hawaiian Islands and Mexico.

Maui Divers of Honolulu, Hawaii, one of the largest jewelry manufacturer on the islands, makes some of the most exquisitely beautiful pieces of coral jewelry in the world.

Black and gold coral jewelry, mated with black and gray pearl rings and fine gold and silver pendants, are a must have gift for anyone living or vacationing on the Hawaiian Islands.

In medieval times, coral was a favorite gemstone because it was thought to have magical powers that affected the wearer's health, protected children, and kept warriors safe during battle.

Today, rings, bracelets, necklaces, and other coral jewelry are bought for their colorful beauty and are prized by individuals and collectors, alike.

 

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