Pearl Rings – Love Personified

May 23, 2011 by Emma

If purity, serenity, love and commitment are synonymous with pearls, then pearl rings personify those emotions. It is therefore not surprising to find finger bands for every occasion like engagement, wedding, promise and even friendship rings. They are crafted either with pearls or interspersed with other precious and semi-precious stones to enhance its wow factor. The colors and sizes make them affordable to all classes of people. Some of the solid shades available are white, pink, black and gold, with varying degrees of overtones.

Black pearl rings are traditionally not preferred for weddings and anniversaries. But they are the most sought after pearls for cocktail parties and other night occasions. The word black is synonymous with Tahitian pearls. A 10 mm black Tahitian pearl, set in white gold, accentuated by diamonds makes a perfect accessory for the above mentioned functions.

Pink is the color of the fairer sex, of love, romance and togetherness. Pink freshwater pearl rings are extremely popular with would be brides and wives. Primarily, a freshwater kind, the pink pearls carry a variety of overtones such as creamy-rose, peach and lavender.

Golden South Sea or South Sea pearls are certainly an attractive alternative to white pearls. Its excellent luster and sheen, along with thick nacre makes it a perfect candidate for an elegant ring. A single large gold pearl in 14 carat precious metal is sure way to draw attention and appreciation. It complements most of the attires, be it formal or eveningwear. It would also make a lovely promise ring, and a great gift.

South Sea pearl rings give the finger a unique and refreshing look. The congregation of various shades of pearls transforms it into a distinct piece of ornament. In short they are warm yet flattering, colorful but surprisingly serious. It definitely casts an aura of richness, adding that regal touch to the wearer’s personality.

A striking Tahitian pearl with green overtone creates a stunning, contemporary and alluring ring. Tahitian pearls have been known for their incredible overtones such as peacock green, silver, green and blue. Peacock green is the most sought-after color, making it a valuable gemstone.

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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