Salmon roe (left) and sturgeon caviar (right) served with mother of pearl caviar spoons to avoid tainting the taste of the caviar. Description from revolvy.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Most Expensive Foods - Caviar#2. Iranian White Beluga Caviar “Almas” – $37,000

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#Caviar gift box: Galilee Prime Osetra #Caviar, Classic White Sturgeon #Caviar, two mother-of-pearl caviar spoons, and a mother-of-pearl caviar plate

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Mother of Pearl Caviar Spoon Pair MOP Caviar Spoons 2 Vintage Spoon For Caviar #NoBrand

Pearl caviar serving accessories are a must for the traditional caviar…

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DIMA SHARIF: Caviar All About Caviar Caviar refers to the salted eggs (roe) of the fish species, sturgeon. Caviar comes from the Persian word Khaviar which means "bearing eggs". Some eggs from other species ( such as salmon, paddlefish, whitefish, and lumpfish) may be labeled caviar if the name of the fish is included. The three main types of caviar beluga, sevruga, and osetra, refer to the sturgeon species the caviar comes from.

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