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Different Variety of Freshwater Pearl Earrings

Monday, August 23rd, 2010

White circular pearl earrings are usually quite common and lovely, but we have a different variety of freshwater pearl earrings. They consists of baroque, coin, stick, cross-shaped, keshi, and flake-pear earrings. All of these pearls are freshwater and with a little imagination these odd shaped pearls can be outstanding.

Clusters of small odd-shaped pearls made into earrings that dangle from the ear can be very artistic and beautiful. Tiny elongated rice pearls strung in a small cluster for each ear is a captivating design. Multicolored seed pearls mixed with crystals also make a fancy pair of earrings. An extravagant pair of earrings of a different variety is the keshi pearl earrings that hang from a fine golden chain with tiny black diamonds trailing down to the oddly shaped keshi pearl. When in motion these breathtaking earrings sparkle like the moon.

Heart shapes, diamond shapes, crosses, triangles, buttons, bars, navettes and teardrops are some of the fancy-shapes of our freshwater earrings. A pearl technician inserts beads with these shapes into the mussel’s mantle tissue to create these wonderful shapes of freshwater pearls. These are definitely different from your conventional pearl earrings.

Beautiful range of high quality Freshwater pearl

Thursday, March 11th, 2010

Freshwater pearl earrings have to be one of the most popular style of pearl earrings we carry.  The attractive price point is an attractive for many because of the freshwater pearls used.  Some freshwater pearls can have very beautiful lavender and peach color tones.  These lavender freshwater pearl earrings are my all time favorite.  This type of high quality freshwater pearl earring is really special because of the natural lavender colors that occur in this type of pearl.  Freshwater pearl earrings look great in either studs or dangling earrings.  14k. gold or sterling silver will look very nice with this type of pearl earring.  Even long dangling 3 inch earrings can look nice when freshwater pearls are mixed in to the earrings.

Crystals and small diamond beads mixed with freshwater pearl can make a stunning presentation when creating freshwater pearls.  Also, a new trend is using chocolate freshwater or black freshwater pearls when making high quality freshwater pearl earrings.  Mixing 14k. pink gold with chocolate freshwater pearls looks very nice when making earrings or necklaces.  Drop shape or round shaped freshwater