The sun is out, most of the time, but how can you continue the summer glow when it is wet and slightly miserable?
Well I’m happy to tell you that Pearls are the answer!
As the light touches the pearl it gets refracted inside before being reflected back out. Therefore, if you are the lucky lady wearing the pearls you will have a gentle, soft up light from the pearls.
South Sea Pearls are mainly found between 9-16mm in diameter although they can be well over 20mm! Like Tahitian Pearls, South Sea Pearls have a mother of pearl bead as its nucleus with layer upon layer of nacre on top, usually around 2.5mm thick.
Produced in white, silver and gold lipped oysters, South Sea pearls inhabit the waters of New Guinea, Philippines, Indonesia, Burma and Australia.
They are found in a variety of colours from deep gold to white, both with a range of overtones from light gold to pale pink.
Pop into our Pearl Showroom, located at 42 Beauchamp Place, London, SW3 1NX, to see more of our lustrous South Sea Pearl collection.
There have been several events recently where the Duchess of Cambridge has worn pearl drop earrings.
Unlike the Queen, who sticks to her stunning pearl studs, Kate seems to prefer the delicate movement of the pearl drop earrings.
If you would like to join Kate in wearing some beautiful classic pearl drop earrings then how about the earrings on the right. Set on 18ct white gold with 3 diamonds and a large white South Sea Pearl drop, these earrings are perfect for a wedding, Day at the Races, Henley, Wimbledon or even a BBQ at home!
Prefer diamond and pearl studs like The Queen? How about these pearl studs? Set on 18ct white gold with a lustrous white South Sea Pearl and a beautiful diamond.
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