Pearl Dust

100% pure

Pearl Dust

100% pure

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  •  High-grade pearl dust
  •  100% pure (no brickdust)
  •  Stored in a chic canister
  •  Light up your love life!


Pearls were originally believed to be droplets of moonlight, or tears of the gods and have long been associated with beauty, power and special evening necklaces. Indeed, these coveted little spheres of pleasure have been revered as potent aphrodisiacs for aeons.

But when you think about it, they're the byproduct of oysters' eating habits and either way, choking on a marble-sized ball is hardly sexy.

Luckily, if you pound pearls into a fine dust they can be sprinkled quickly and easily into a delicious array of food and drink, and apparently, the uplifting effect is even more compelling.

This all-natural, edible Pearl Dust is derived from hand-crushed Chinese and Japanese pearls, and arrives in a chic glass vial. It really is the classiest condiment we've ever seen!

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Delivery details:
This product can only be delivered to addresses within the UK.

  • Net. Wt. 0.4g
  • Ingredients: 100% crushed Chinese and Japanese pearls
  • Pearls not included
  • Serving suggestion: Sprinkle into Champagne or into desserts for the ultimate Aphrodisiac!

  • Warning: Consumption of natural pearls may cause allergic reaction to person's with allergies to shellfish
Please Note:
  • Due to the nature of this product, we are unable to offer our usual 30-day, no-quibble returns policy, if you later change your mind, or otherwise decide to return the product through no fault of Firebox. Click here for more info.

Customer Reviews

Quirky gift but the picture you see above is not the remains of a bottle, that's how much you get. That makes it more expensive than cocaine. So I'm told.
Davie - 16th February 2004
Upon receiving my Pearl dust I created a new cocktail to celebrate. 'Last of the Architects'combines apple juice, bison grass vodka, lemonade & champagne and of course a sprinkle of Pearl dust. When submerged the particles of dust turn into mini pearls themselves - enjoy!
Steve Nixon - 29th August 2003