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  • Pearls Don’t Have to Be Old Fashioned

    January 4, 2016

    When you think about pearls, you likely think of a pearl strand necklace or pearl earrings—the ultimate in “old fashioned” jewelry options. However, there are certainly other ways to wear pearls. Discover more about pearls and how they can be a thoroughly modern addition to your jewelry wardrobe.

    Pearls Aren’t Just White

    Today’s production technology allows for the creation of pearls in many colors. There’s more than just traditional white (and black). Colors such as red, pink, blue, purple and green are all available. Plus, pearls do not have to be round. Teardrop, oval, and heart shapes are just a few of the ways you can find pearls presented.

    Mixed Gems

    A popular way to wear pearls today are alongside other stones. A pearl and diamond cluster brooch or ring is sure to gain plenty of compliments and turn heads. Additionally, you could choose to wear pearls with brighter, flashier stones. Pearls also look great with both diamond and silver—adding to your options.

    Top Brands

    There are many top pearl brands, like Mikimoto and American Pearl. However, you’ll also find pearls utilized in the work of other jewelry designers too. Tiffany jewelry with pearls are always popular, and other brands often choose pearls as an accent stone to give a bit of color and flair to their signature pieces. Cartier, for instance, offers a simple pearl ring that proves to be a popular choice year after year.

    How to Wear

    When you choose to wear pearls, you can wear them as a signature piece or to accent your other pieces of jewelry. When worn as the “star of the show”, going with a bolder look is usually recommended. However, a simple, even vintage piece can look great when paired with other jewels that you may already own. Check out how pearls are utilized on the red carpet. You may be amazed at how popular this simple jewelry element actually is once you start looking for it.

    The best thing about pearls is that they are timeless. Even those “old fashioned” pearl strands still have a significant following among many fashionable people. If you have an old strand in your jewelry box you don’t wear; perhaps a better option would be to sell your pearls and purchase something that better suits your style. Whether you are looking to buy or sell your pearls, it makes sense to work with a knowledgeable jeweler—like the team at Roy Herlz. Reach out to us today and let us help you with the buying or selling process.


    We are interested in all kinds of precious jewelry, particularly diamonds of a carat or more. Please do not hesitate to contact us to make an appointment.

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