Archive for the ‘Pearl rings’ Category

Pearl Rings – An Exquisite Choice

Thursday, September 30th, 2010

Freshwater, saltwater, Tahitian and South Sea are the main types of pearls that we carry. Pearl rings are made from all of the these types of pearl. All of our rings would be exquisite choices, because they are carefully sorted for flaws and luster which are the main features one looks for in making that choice.

Whether you are looking for large pearl rings or not, we are sure you will be satisfied with the choices we have. Starting with freshwater pearls averaging 7 mm in size, these affordable gems are set in a plated white-gold contemporary settings and are encrusted with fine crystals. Colors of lavender, white, pink, orange, gray, black, brown, yellow and golden, to name a few, are set in fine silver or gold.

Tahitian black pearls are a favorite here in Polynesia, so we carry a great variety of rings design with Polynesian symbols, such as sea creatures and tropical flowers. The Tahitian black pearl is a pacific exotic pearl with colors like: peacock, aubergine, pistachio, avocado and chocolate. Set in 14 k gold these pearls are usually large in size. About 9.5 mm to 10 mm size pearls are set in our rings and a small diamond is embedded in the ring to give it that extra spark of splendor.

Finally, our king of pearls, the golden South Sea pearls which are some of the largest pearls to be found. Pinctada Maxima is the name of these golden sea gems. Set in yellow gold with diamonds, these pearl rings are unmistakably opulent.

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For Women – Pearl Rings

Wednesday, July 7th, 2010

Rings have long been a part of human adornments. Men as well as women have always cherished these bands. Engagement rings, wedding rings, going steady rings, high school rings, fraternity rings, etc., the list goes on and on. Our list of different types of rings seem to go on and on as well. Let us start with our most economical rings that are made of freshwater pearls. These rings are made of white gold plated palladium or cooper alloys.

Pink, orange, yellow, white, blue-black, and lavender are some of the colors of our freshwater pearls that we offer.

Designs galore, such as dolphins, flowers of Hawaii, crystallized butterfly rings, half moon and even double pearl rings are available for the purchasing.

Akoya rings set in 14 K gold are very elegantly set in golden heart-shaped settings and lit with real diamonds.

There are large selections of sterling silver Tahitian pearl rings that light up a room. Rhodium coated silver is a tarnish retardant, which is appropriate for coastal or island dwellers, due to the salty air in these locales.

A must see, is our high end, large Tahitian and golden south sea pearl rings in highly polished white gold, yellow gold and rose gold. Swirls and claws hold these top grade pearls securly to the bands.

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Give Quality Gifts Like Freshwater Pearl Rings

Thursday, October 29th, 2009

 When you’re thinking of a special gift for a special woman, let them accessorize, with cool confidence, with freshwater pearl rings. Cultured rings with freshwater pearls are certainly the way to go.  A quick browse online will reveal several beautiful rings that dazzle and inspire.

 Choose from a stunning array of colors ranging from classic white to silver, gray, olive, champagne, peach, or copper and marvel how the pearl jewelry does not fade. Styles vary, too.  A genuine freshwater pearl with extraordinary luster and hue like elegant gray can come in an artistic sterling silver setting or stretched to fit. There are plenty of possibilities when it comes to the styling of pearl rings. It’s not surprising many Hollywood stars accessorize with them.

 Rings and other jewelry pieces with freshwater pearls have been worn by women of distinction since ancient times.  Nowadays, pearls continue to attract attention.  There are quality rings and matching jewelry pieces encrusted with pearls with just the right luster, nacre, shape and finish. The added appeal is that with the advent of acceptable cultured pearls, nice-looking pearls have become affordable.