Game…Set…Match

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Wimbledon, Henley…this month has certainly started with a competitive bang!
But as it is a Saturday our Pearl Team thought we should take a break, kick back, relax, tuck into the strawberries and check out some of the fashions trends seen on court.

Pearls have the ability to look perfect with anything from jeans to a red carpet dress.’ – Chrissie Douglas

What do Gabriella Sabatini, Jennifer Capriati, Monica Sales and Naomi Broady have in common, apart from being women and playing tennis?
PEARLS!

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All of these ladies have worn pearl jewellery in their tennis matches, from 1985 to present day.
Now don’t get us wrong, we prefer ladies to take off their pearl earrings and pearl necklaces before a match so that their sweet doesn’t damage the pearls, but our Pearl Company does like to see the odd pearl gracing the Wimbledon winners arena…who wouldn’t!

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Do you fancy joining these ladies wearing pearls of wisdom?
Our freshwater pearl studs are the most popular with the sporting athletes as they do not distract from play. Available in a range of colours from White to Peacock Black, you are bound to find the colour that best suits yourself.

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Fun Facts:
– Did you know that the tennis balls used at Wimbledon used to be White?
Yellow tennis balls were only fully introduced into the tournament in 1986!

– There is a diamond encrusted tennis racket available to buy in Amsterdam!

Whatever you end up doing this weekend, watching tennis, the rowing, or perhaps relaxing in the park, the big questions on everybody’s lips is…

How do you eat your Strawberries?…
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Blue or Blue?

Rowing 1Q. Eight men were rowing a boat down the Thames when it tipped over and they fell in. Not one single man got wet. How is that possible?
A. All eight were married, not single.

Today is the day!
The Thames foot path is filling up, University chants are echoing around, the popularity of Blue has sky rocketed…it can only mean one thing, it’s the Oxbridge Race.
Below our Pearl Team have put together a few fact about the race:

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– The first Oxbridge boat race was held in 1829.
– Light Blue = Cambridge
– Dark Blue = Oxford
– The course stretches for 4.2 miles down the Thames from Putney to Mortlake.
– This is the first year we will see the Newton Women’s Boat Race taking place on the same day and course as the mens!
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Now you might well be thinking, ‘how does this relate to pearls?’
Do you remember the triumphant Summer 2012 Olympic Regatta, where our rowers romped to victory?
Remember the petite pearl studs clutching the earlobes of Heather Stanning?
It was our first Gold medal from the London 2012 games and the first ever women’s rowing gold, to say that Helen Glover and Heather Stanning were elated would be an understatement!

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Fancy owning a pair of winning pearl studs?Available in a variety of colours and sizes, our Pearl Showroom, located at 42 Beauchamp Place, London, SW3 1NX, has an array of studs suitable for every girl.

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For the true blue girl why not opt for our blue freshwater pearl medium studs.

Wherever you watch the rowing, be it from the comfort of your sofa to the packed Thames foot path, may the best Oxford Team win!