Category Archives: Freshwater Pearls

Peach Pearls – Perfect For Summer Weddings

A peach colored pearl necklace from National Pearl
The color peach brings up so many memories, all of them warm. From the fruit that shares its name to it being one of the primary colors in most of the Caribbean, peach is a color that screams summer. There are many ways that you can use the color peach in your summer wedding, but if you are looking for more ideas then read on. Giving Pearl Earrings As Bridesmaid Gifts Your bridesmaids are the people who have stuck by your side throughout...

Freshwater vs Saltwater Pearls

An open, freshwater pearl mussel.
If you have looked into buying pearls, the first thing that you’ll find is that most pearls are separated into different categories. Here at National Pearl, we offer many versions of South Sea pearls, Japanese Akoya pearls, and a beautiful selection of freshwater pearls. When you look through our collections, it may be difficult to figure out what the difference is between a pearl necklace made from Akoya pearls and one made from freshwater pearls, so what...

Pink Freshwater Pearls For Mother’s Day

10mm Pink Freshwater Pearl Stud Earrings
Finding the right present for Mother’s Day can be difficult, especially when you are shopping for someone who has everything. You want to make sure that you get something personal, but making the wrong choice can leave you with a sinking feeling in your stomach. If you want to purchase jewelry, how do you know that you are getting a truly unique gift that will wow your mother? Surprise her with an amazing present Many people don’t know about colored pearls, and probably haven’t...

Pearls: Jewelry at Its Best

celebrity pearls
At one time, pearls were synonymous with gracious living, Suburbia, and a great upper middle-class life. This was in the 1950s, when Donna Reed reigned supreme, and early TV sitcoms proclaimed that if you had pearls, then you had “arrived”. Pearls were de rigeur fashion accessories. Outbreaks of basic pearl jewelry, freshwater pearl earrings, and rather trivial “trinkets with pearls in them” were so inevitable they basically turned these beautiful jewels into something seen...