Archive for the ‘freshwater pearl necklace’ Category

Freshwater Pearl Necklace: The Perfect Gift to Your Marrying Daughter

Thursday, September 9th, 2010

We have many pearls of assorted hues, like black, dark green, yellow, orange, pink purple and white. Our beautiful lavender freshwater pearls with their blue overtones, are breathtaking. These prodigious pearls make the best strand necklaces. These freshwater pearl necklaces range from 10 mm to 12 mm in size.

Weddings and jewelry go hand in hand, therefore we have a large selection of beautiful necklaces that go well with wedding gowns. We carry many variations of station pearl necklaces. These are necklaces with cultured pearls positioned at regular intervals on cord with stones of the precious or semi precious variety. Some of our necklaces have diamond roundels at intervals that enhances the beauty of the pearls.

A strand of excellent white freshwater pearls is the ultimate in classic neckwear. These perfectly round and highly lustrous jewels come in many lengths. The choker, the princess and the matinee are the names of the different lengths, ranging from 16 to 22 inches. Within our assortment of lovely pearl necklaces is a floating pearl necklace that is made of tiny seed pearls attached to invisible sugi string that gives the illusion of floating or airborne pearls around the neck. these dazzling little orbs or perfect with a white or cream colored wedding dress for the daughter and wife to be.

Types of Freshwater Pearl Jewelry

Monday, March 22nd, 2010

Freshwater pearls may be the largest misunderstood type of pearl jewelry on the market today.  The reason being is that many people have the misconception that freshwater pearls are tiny little rice pearls of very little value.  While this may be true 20 years ago, in today’s market this is very far from the truth.  In today’s market there are beautiful strands of 10-12mm near round strand of freshwater pearls coming out of China’s pearl farms that look absolutely stunning.  We are talking about very near round strands with almost no blemishing what so ever and very high luster with intense lavender luster.

These type of pearls were impossible to predict 20 years ago out of China.  Now 10 to 12mm sounds huge but it would probably surprise people that even larger sizes of 14mm to 18mm freshwater pearls are available on the market today.  While they are still in very limited supply, these freshwater pearl necklace are on the market and get snatched up by true pearl connoisseurs worldwide.