Pearl Pendants & Necklaces

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Our pearl necklaces and pendants offer a timeless and elegant piece of jewellery. With a range of unique options in sterling silver or yellow, white and rose gold featuring diamonds, we have options to suits any style.

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What are the main pearl types used in necklaces?

  1. Akoya Pearls: These are classic white pearls that are often round and lustrous. They are typically harvested from oysters in Japan, China, and other parts of Asia.
  2. Freshwater Pearls: These pearls are grown in freshwater mussels and are available in a range of shapes, sizes, and colors. They are often more affordable than other types of pearls and are popular for their unique and varied appearances.
  3. South Sea Pearls: These are some of the largest and most valuable pearls, with a rich, luxurious luster. They are typically harvested from oysters in Australia, Indonesia, and other parts of the South Pacific.
  4. Tahitian Pearls: These are also known as black pearls, although they come in a range of colors from gray to green to blue. They are typically harvested from oysters in French Polynesia and are prized for their rarity and exotic beauty.

How should I care for my pearl necklace?

Pearls are delicate, so it's important to take care of your necklace to keep it looking its best. Always store your pearl necklace in a soft, dry place away from other jewellery to prevent scratching. Avoid wearing your pearl necklace in water or when applying makeup or perfume. To clean your pearl necklace, use a soft cloth and mild soap and water. Never use harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners.

What should I consider when choosing a pearl pendant?

When choosing a pearl pendant, consider the size and color of the pearl, as well as the type of metal used in the setting. Also consider the length and style of the chain or cord, as well as the overall design of the pendant.

Can I wear a pearl pendant with other jewellery?

Yes, pearl pendants can be worn with other jewellery, but it's important to choose pieces that complement each other. For example, you might pair a pearl pendant with pearl earrings or a simple gold or silver bracelet. Avoid wearing pearl pendants with chunky, statement necklaces or other pieces that might compete with the delicate beauty of the pearl pendant.

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