Mystic & Alluring World of Pearls & Pearl Jewelry

February 15, 2011 by Emma

Pearls are synonymous with love, friendship, romance, wedding and other emotional relationships. Maybe it is because of the fact that they are formed in an living organism, making them singularly different from other gemstones. No wonder then everyone calls them the symbol of eternal peace.

Jewelry made from this orphic gem is available in many avatars. Here are some of them which are popular with the buyers as well as with others who want to gift them.

At the top of the options is the pearl ring which can be emblematic of so many divine entities. It has been considered as a teardrop of good souls, mermaids and even saints. It portrays the true essence of love; making it the first preference when it comes to gifting the loved ones. Rings are also presented as keepsakes because it signifies immense sentimental value.

Next on the list is thepearl earring, set in Tahitian, Freshwater or Akoya variety. The three most popular designs are the stud, dangle and hoop. With different colors to choose from this is one of the must have jewelry for a contemporary woman.

Amongst all the orphic gem based jewelry, a pearl pendant creates instant impact on people. A “single pearl” design is one of the most common forms. Subtle yet elegant, a big white teardrop like gemstone hangs from the center of the pendant. There are other designs like a pendant with several small pearls set in a row, crafted either horizontally or vertically.

Finally, there is the bracelet, a perfect example of savoir faire jewelry. It complements any attire, making it one of the most versatile and enchanting piece of accessory. Forget diamonds, a multi string bracelet will catapult a woman on a different plane all together. As a solo ornament, it builds up its own style statement.

Pearls are not only affordable alternatives but they are simple and stylish at the same time.

Emma

Emma Frost is the Creative Associate at The Pearl Source since July 2012.
She has been involved in various Creative Projects at The Pearl Source and is a keen blogger.
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