Autumnal Pearls?

Coleman Douglas Pearls
The season is changing with vibrant reds, golds and bronzes appearing in the leaves. But how about adding some glorious autumnal colour to your wardrobe? ….Golden South Sea Pearls?!
Golden South Sea Pearls are produced in gold lipped oysters that inhabit the waters of the Philippines New Guinea and Burma. The South Sea Pearl golden colours vary from very light to deep, intense gold.
South Sea pearls are usually 9-16mm in diameter although you can find some that are well over 20mm.

Here at Coleman Douglas Pearls we have a Pearlsmagnificent selection of golden South Sea Pearl jewellery, as well as several loose South Sea Pearls that can be made into a Bespoke necklaces, bracelets or earrings. Make an appointment today with our Pearl Specialist and Designer, Chrissie Douglas, and start designing one of a kind jewellery that you can wear and treasure forever.

Coleman Douglas Pearls
Pearls play the same role in a women’s jewellery collection that the little black dress does in their wardrobes – it is the all-time classic.’ – Lucia van der Post

As well providing timelessColeman Douglas Pearls classic South Sea Pearl strands we also have several other designs that incorporate a variety of different coloured stones. For example the necklace on the right is made up of Citrine, Garnet, Tahitian Pearls and South Sea Pearls.
The contrasting colours and textures in this necklace add depth, while the clasp tassel can be worn at the front or back giving you two looks in one pearl necklace.

PearlsIf you would like to learn more about Pearls come and join us at our Pearl Showroom, located at 42 Beauchamp Place, London, SW3 1NX, for one of our Pearl Talks.
Chrissie Douglas will teach you all about the different types of pearl, how and where pearls are made, how to discern if a pearl is real or not, how to choose the best pearl for you, as well as much more.
These Pearl Talks are often oversubscribed so book early to avoid disappointment.

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