PEARLS – Seawater vs Freshwater

Now that you know how a pearl is formed from our last Blog it is time to explore the provenance and difference between saltwater pearls and freshwater pearls. Saltwater pearls have their provenance in the PINTADINES Seawater pearl producing shellfish are not in fact oysters. Although for ease everyone has and will continue to call... Continue Reading →

Types of Pearls

Here at Coleman Douglas Pearls we understand that there is a lot of mystery behind pearls and how they are formed into beautiful pieces of jewellery, but there doesn’t need to be. It’s quite simple really. As you probably know, they are created by oysters and mussels. Oysters tend to only produce one pearl in... Continue Reading →

The Diamond Edit

Diamonds and pearls have to be two of the most beautiful and recognizable gemstones. Here at Coleman Douglas Pearls we can't get enough of them. Here is a blog post dedicated to the beautiful pairing. For 1,000 years, starting in roughly the 4th century BC, India was the only source of diamonds. In 1725, important... Continue Reading →

Breast Cancer Awareness Month

October is breast cancer awareness month - something that all of us here at Coleman Douglas Pearls are very passionate about supporting. Raising awareness for the disease is very important to us so we have come up with a few ways for you to raise awareness at home! Firstly Breast Cancer Care are holding The... Continue Reading →

Queen Victoria and Royal Jewels

We have been struck with Royal fever here at Coleman Douglas Pearls as we are absolutely hooked on ITV's new period drama Victoria! Apparently it is not far from the truth with Victoria's diaries being used heavily in the research to the show. And oh the jewellery - Pearls galore on top of stunning pieces... Continue Reading →

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