Archive for August, 2011

Pearls in Oyster-For Graceful Look!!

Sunday, August 28th, 2011

Give someone a gift that keeps on giving, by presenting them with a pearl in an oyster. What set this pearl apart form any other is that its receiver will be able to retrieve the pearl from the very oyster it was grown in. Anticipation mounts, as the color of the pearl is revealed, and the symbolism of every pearl color option is discovered. These pearls can also be accompanied with a silver necklace or cellphone strap, which in cases this treasure in a small, easy to open cage attached to it. These pendants allow you to showcase your pearl, and make it almost impossible to lose your treasure. There are four different styles of pearl necklace to chose from, including a sea star, two dolphins, that hug your pearl, a turtle, and a dangling plumeria flower. Each pearl has a color code and the Hawaiian name, including the significance of each pearl. The wonderful thing about this product is that it is a piece which can be worn everyday, no matter what the occasion. These sets provide great friendship gifts, wonderful memories from your island adventures, and perfect birthday gifts. To get you set of a pearl in oyster and its accompanying pendant, just go to

Unique Collection of Pearl Jewelry

Tuesday, August 16th, 2011

Pearl jewelry is a great option to accessorize any outfit because pearl can be dressed up or down. Another great advantage to choosing pearl jewelry is that because there are so many different types of pearls, Take Tahitian pearls for example, in the type of pearl, there are over fifty different colors. Each pearl has consists of a base color that can be anywhere from black, to gray, to blue to green. On top of that, each pearl has a over-tone of a different color, such as pink, blue, green, or purple. The options with this type of pearl are endless. If you would like to go for a more traditional piece, consider freshwater pearls, in white, lavender, or pale-silvery pink. Freshwater pearl are a true icon of beauty.

If original it is more your style, consider a South Sea Pearl. These pearls are the rarest type of pearl in the world and come in colors like gold, silver and white. One other unique feature of these pearls is that they start growing at 8mm inside the oyster and therefore, usually grow to be sizes up to 16 and 17 mm. Because there are such a variety of pearls, they can be set on any type of precious metal. Great care is taken to match the colors in the pearls with metals that will compliment them and make the pearl stand out more.