Tag: pearl jewelry

A Plentitude of Pearls

A Plentitude of Pearls

If one strand of pearls is extraordinary, three are even more so. This season, the trend in wearing the precious pearl is the bold, dramatic layering of strands. And the pearls don’t have to match—combine your grandmother’s delicate pearl necklace with a strand of oversized baroque pearls. Pearls Read More

August 11, 2011 | By | Reply More
How To Care For Pearl Jewelry

How To Care For Pearl Jewelry

“Again, the kingdom of heaven is like a merchant in search of fine pearls…” Matt. 13:45 Pearls are delicate objects. Take special care in cleaning and storing them to keep your pearls beautiful for years to come. Keep Them Clean. The best way to keep your pearls looking beautiful is to keep them Read More

May 13, 2011 | By | Reply More
How to Clean Pearl Jewelry

How to Clean Pearl Jewelry

A pearl is an exquisite thing of beauty, and if you have pearl jewelry, you should know how to properly care for it. Pearls are extremely soft, and the care and cleaning is much different than that of other precious and semi-precious gemstones. Pearl jewelry needs to be handled differently from other Read More

March 10, 2010 | By | Reply More
Pearl Earrings for Your Wedding Day

Pearl Earrings for Your Wedding Day

Other than diamonds, pearls are the most popular gem for wedding day jewelry. Not only are pearls beautiful and one of a kind, they have also long symbolized qualities that embody a woman on her wedding day. Since they have been used in fine jewelry for thousands of years, pearls have come to symbolically Read More

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June Birthstone – Pearl Jewelry

June Birthstone – Pearl Jewelry

The lovely pearl is the June birthstone, as well as the astral stone for Gemini and Cancer. The illustrious gem has a long and storied history, and is the oldest known gemstone to be used in jewelry. Though no one knows when oysters first began forming pearls, the first known use of the pearl in jewelry Read More

June 18, 2009 | By | Reply More
Origin of the Pearl

Origin of the Pearl

“This pearl has become my soul. . . . If I give it up, I shall lose my soul.” And such was the pronouncement inspired by the Pearl, in John Steinbeck’s 1947 novel of the same title. No other kind of gem or jewelry in history has inspired unfailing desire and to this extent, whether in fiction or in Read More

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