Pearl, the Hebrew word in ( Job 28:18 ) probably means "crystal." Pearls, however, are frequently mentioned in the New Testament, ( Matthew 13: 45; 1 Timothy 2: 9; Revelation 17: 4; 21:21 ) and were considered by the ancients among the most precious of gems, and were highly esteemed as ornaments. The kingdom of heaven is compared to a "pearl of great price." In ( Matthew 7:6 ) pearls are used metaphorically for anything of value, or perhaps more especially for "wise sayings." (The finest specimens of the pearl are yielded by the pearl oyster (Avicula margaritifera ), still found in abundance in the Persian Gulf and near the coasts of Ceylon, Java, and Sumatra. The oysters grow in clusters on rocks in deep water, and the pearl is found inside the shell and is the result of a diseased secretion caused by the introduction of foreign bodies, as sand, etc., between the mantle and the shell.
Pearls symbolize wisdom acquired through experience. They are believed to attract wealth and luck as well as offer protection. Known for their calming effect, pearls can balance one's karma, strengthen relationships, and keep children safe. The pearl is also said to symbolize the purity, generosity, integrity, and loyalty of its wearer.
Pearl, keshi, silver, € 15,00
granat, silver, € 50,00
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