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You’ve Found The Perfect Bracelet, Now Make It Yours

One of the things that have always separated buying jewelry online from doing so in the store is the idea of choice. You’ll always have more purchasing options online than in a jewelry store, and the prices are lower, but the ability to customize your purchase before taking delivery is one of the biggest options. Let’s say that you’ve found the absolutely perfect bracelet for yourself, as a gift, or to commemorate a major event, now what do you do? While the color and style of the pearls...

Why Baroque Pearls May Be The Better Option For You

Pearls have a storied history as the perfect gemstone. They are ‘perfectly’ round, ‘perfectly’ shiny, and the perfect gift for yourself of a loved one. Even if you love the idea of a ‘perfect’ quality pearl like you’ll find on a Hanadama pearl necklace, there can also be extraordinary beauty in something that contains even slight imperfections. When you’re looking for the next addition to your jewelry collection, you may want to skip the ‘perfect’ pearls (especially if you...

White Gold And Tahitian Pearls? We Think So!

Sometimes it can be difficult to pair two great looks together. One item that can be especially difficult is the pairing of Tahitian pearls and diamonds. It has to be done right, as one can easily overshadow the other. If you love the look of a Tahitian pearl against white gold, there is one option that pairs them both beautifully: Mara styled pendants. The Mara pendant does something extremely interesting. Instead of encircling the pearl or setting the Tahitian pearl on a backing of white gold,...

What Tahitian Is Right For You?

When it comes to the world of pearls, it can be very easy to simplify your selection down to just a few names. Golden South Sea pearls are gold in color, Hanadama pearls are white, and Tahitian pearls are a very dark black/green. While these characterizations may be right in part, in actuality there is far more to the simple choice of one type of pearl over another. If you take a closer look at Tahitian pearls, for example, you may find that there are far more color options available than...