Pearls are known as “Queen Jewels for June”. Therefore, it is no surprise this is one of the hottest trends in jewelry today. Also, this is considered the gemstone for both the 13th and 30th marriage anniversary.
Other than the diamond, the pearl is considered one of the most versatile gems. In addition, this jewel symbolizes:
From classic to trendy, there are many different styles. In Ancient Rome, women used to take these to bed with them to enhance their dreams. Because they are associated with love and happiness; it is no surprise that this is a popular choice for brides.
For some popular styles for your special day; be sure to visit our Say I Do Bridal Jewelry post.
In the first place, there are two different types – cultured and natural. When it comes to cultured pearls, they come from farming and harvesting. Meanwhile, natural pearls form in an oyster. Freshwater and saltwater are two other types with saltwater considered the better choice.
From our Vintage collection, circa 1850, this natural Pendant features 1 saltwater pearl surrounded by 8 silvery-white natural saltwater Pearls and 8 round old European Diamonds on a Platinum chain.
Moreover, South Sea Pearls are considered to be the most valuable and are often known as the “Queen of Jewels”. When choosing a style, consider the lustre and shape. Not only do these have a timeless appeal, but they are also highly sought after by both Collectors and Millennials. Be sure to visit our South Sea Pearl Jewelry post to learn more about these exquisite styles.
In the same fashion, this Buccellati pendant features 1 Tahitian South Sea black cultured Pearl on an 18k white gold Pendant.
From our Vintage collection, circa the 1970s, this Ring features 1 white Cultured Mobe Pearl surrounded by 6 round full cut Diamonds on a 14k yellow gold setting.
Whether you choose to wear one strand; pearls are always appropriate.