PEARL GUIDE
Welcome to our Pearl Guide – your one stop resource for all things pearl

Here Comes The Bride

5 glam tips for every type of bridal dress....

How To Wear Pearls

Times have changed. There are new cultured pearls to wear and new ways to wear them. Twisted, layered, wrapped or knotted. In fact there’s only one pearl fashion rule now. Wear cultured pearls anytime, anywhere and with (almost) everything. Mix different colors, lengths, shapes and sizes. South Seas and Akoyas. Freshwaters and Tahitians. Wear lots of pearls or a single strand. Two, three, even t...

Crown Jewels of England

The Crown Jewels of England, which are now on display at the Jewel House in the Tower of London, can date back to the 12th Century; although most pieces from that time were destroyed and recreated during the Restoration....

Cultured Pearl History

Nature, art science and good fortune are all necessary to create a cultured pearl. Some cultured pearls are even rarer than a flawless diamond...

Safe Ways to Clean Your Pearl Jewelry

Taking Care of Your Pearls "Do's and Don'ts"...

How To Determine Real Pearls

Here are a few quick tests you can easily perform to determine if pearls are real or fake....

The Lustrous Great Gatsby

Baz Luhrmann's "The Great Gatsby" has caused a stir in the fashion world....

Queen Mary's Brooch

During the early 20th century, conch pearls were extremely popular in Europe. Jewelry from this time is known as Belle Epoque or “Beautiful Time” which refers to the elegance of the era....

Pearls of Anne Boleyn

As seen in many portraits, Anne Boleyn, the Queen of England from the 16th, owned a long rope pearl necklace....

Queen Victoria Brooch

In 1843, Prince Albert of England designed a brooch for his wife, Queen Victoria, on their third wedding anniversary. The brooch contains a gold heart with a crown on top of it. ...
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