Glamour and pearls go hand in hand. When we think of glamorous, we think of beautiful ladies of celebrity status, women like Elizabeth Taylor, Jackie Kennedy or American actress Grace Kelly. In fact, all first ladies show off their assortment of pearl jewelry.
Ancient ladies like Cleopatra were quite fond of pearls. Great queens and kings always adorned themselves with pearls of the highest quality. Fashion models of the world runways wear pearls to compliment the latest designs in women’s wear. All fashion magazines advertise pearls and pearl accessories to enhance the sophistication of the fashion designers look.
Fashion magazines like “Vanity Fair” or “Vogue”. Actually, vogue magazine featured some of our products in one of their issues. These high-fashion magazines help raise awareness of cultured pearls among the readers: mostly younger, affluent, fashion-conscious women. Today women are wearing cultured pearls more than ever before. It is common to see ladies of all lifestyles wearing akoya pearl necklaces or akoya earrings to accent their attire.
Royalty today often value fine cultured pearls above all other gemstones. With today’s advanced culturing process, pearls are becoming more stunning than ever. Male royals and nobility have worn pearls for centuries. Long ago, a famous king in India named Maharaja Rana, who had such a great love for pearls that he became known as the “Prince of Pearls”.