Tahitian Pearl Jewelry – A new style statement

October 21, 2010 by Emma

Everyone says, diamonds are a woman’s best friend. I don’t think so. On the contrary, I feel, it is the orphic gem called “Pearl”, the poor cousin of the sparkling crystalline carbon. I am sure many of you would disagree with my viewpoint. But I have my reasons. First, let me ask you one simple question. Why does a woman wear jewelry? There are prizes for guessing this one. Well, the obvious answer is, to look beautiful. It is in her nature. That desire is fulfilled to a large extent by pearl jewelry, especially the Tahitian variety. She is happy to make a style statement, which is basically her true self.

Tahitian pearl necklaces, pearl rings and pearl earrings have a mystical touch to them. They are rare and make a perfect supplementary component for a woman of substance. It can also be a complete jewelry by itself. It transforms even ordinary women into something special. It creates that aristocratic aura with a touch of elegance.

It blends with any outfit and hair style which in itself speaks volumes of its nature. They can be fun and serious. Its enigmatic properties make it one of the most wanted accessories on a woman’s shopping list. When worn in combination with diamonds and other gems, pearls enhance the beauty of the wearer, giving her that distinct look, which every woman dreams of.

Found in natural and cultured water bodies, these Tahitian round beauties have since time immemorial captured the hearts of Queens, Czaresse’s, Celebrities and even ordinary women. In every avatar, they are a class apart. Their flexible and broad range of prices makes them affordable to all classes of buyer’s vis-à-vis diamonds. They are in a sense, true friends of a woman because it allows her essence to meet her reflection.

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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