Pearls have been part of the fashion world for centuries. Unlike most other styles of jewelry, however, they have fallen into a very specific category as to when they can be worn and with what fashion they can be worn. Because of this, many women may own a string of pearls, yet they almost never wear them, certainly not with the frequency they wear the rest of their jewelry.
What has helped to bring about their return to prominence ironically has nothing to do with pearls and a lot to do with new discoveries in precious metals. For literally hundreds of years, the choices were gold or silver. Slowly over the last few decades there were inroads made with other metals, such as platinum and white gold. Finally in the last few years even more metals that made for affordable fine jewelry were discovered. This led to the mixing of colors in the new jewelry that was coming to the market.
Once this final law of conventionality was breached and the idea that jewelry could only be one color, people immediately started looking for new ways to express this difference. The one that has shown the greatest resurrection has been cultured pearls. Not just for necklaces anymore, the professional jewelers at The Diamond Supplier are proud to show just how well they look on rings, earrings and necklaces.
The Diamond Supplier
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