Before choosing pearls, check how it combines with the natural skin color, and, of course, think about your age. There is a simple rule: the older the woman, the larger the pearls in the necklace.
Beads of small pearls with a diameter of 5-6 mm look good for young girls. Women under 40 years of age are ideally suited for pearls of 6-8 mm. Beads of pearls 9-10 mm in diameter can be worn by rich ladies of solid age.
Snow-white and cream pearls look beautiful on any skin. Pearls of warm yellow and golden hues perfectly look on the swarthy skin. Blondes, redheads and women with thin snow-white skin should choose beads and earrings made from pink pearls.
April Birthstone: Dazzling Diamonds
You’ve all heard the saying; diamonds are a girl’s best friend. These radiant beauties have been captivating the hearts of women for centuries. Diamonds were named the official birthstone for April by the National Association of Jewelers in 1912. It is also the gemstone for the 30th and 60th anniversaries.
Fabergé eggs are gorgeous little treasures that allow onlookers to catch a glimpse into a decadent yet tragic era in Russian history. To this day, many say the craftsmanship of Peter Carl Fabergé and his assistants is unmatched. The opulent Imperial eggs featured intricately detailed memories of the Imperial Romanoff family and...
Spotlight…Cultural Jewelry Trends from Around the World
You can travel all over the world to find breathtaking jewelry that tells a story of history, mysticism, religion and lore. Over time and through introduction, these themes begin to infiltrate western society. The saying “beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is definitely when it comes to fashion and style. Learning about different...
Ladies…Raise Your Right Hand
Over the last several years, right hand rings for women have become increasingly popular. Wearing a jewel encrusted ring on the right hand is a fashionable way for women who are not engaged or married to make a statement. Traditionally, wearing a diamond ring on the left hand signifies that a woman is engaged or married. Some say the...
January Birthstone: Garnet
The garnet is the official birthstone for the month of January as named by the American National Association of Jewelers in 1912. It can also be given as a milestone gem on the second and sixth anniversaries. These scintillating gemstones come in a gorgeous array of colors including orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, black and...