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  • Custom Design Lavender Tahitian Pearl and Diamond Necklace

    This custom design pendant and necklace pictured below is a wedding gift to a bride from her groom. So many couples have had their special day dramatically changed or even cancelled because of Covid-19, it truly warms our hearts to see this groom go the extra mile to make his new bride’s day extra special.

    This piece truly exemplifies custom design in our opinion, where every detail represents this couple’s particular love.

    What are the different colors of Tahitian pearls?

    Tahitian pearls come in a range of colors from white to black. They can contain various undertones and overtones of green, pink, blue, silver and yellow.

    Which pearl overtones are right for me? 

    The overtone color of a pearl is a translucent, subtle hint of color that covers the pearl’s surface. It is secondary to the body color of the pearl. It’s always safe to go with “no overtone” unless you know what overtone the wearer prefers.

    With that said, here are a few hints when it comes to choosing your Tahitian pear:

    Fair skin is better complimented by a slightly rose overtone.

    Graying hair or darker skin is compliment by a more silver overtone.

    Looking for a special pendant or necklace, where every aspect of the necklace is infused with your unique love?

    We create custom design jewelry meant for a lifetime of cherished wear. Reach out to someone on our team for a consultation. We’re happy to discuss your ideas, even if you’re not 100% sure of what you want. (We’re good at guiding!)

  • The 5 Worst Jewelry Mistakes

    You know them when you see them. You can’t help watching, like a fashion train wreck, slowly unfolding before your eyes. Jewelry mistakes can happen to the best of us. Luckily, these fashion faux pas can easily be avoided with a few tips on what not to do:

    1. Jewelry Overkill – Unless you’re Liberace, too much jewelry distracts from your outfit and ultimately from you. Often one single, well-crafted piece of jewelry is all that is needed to make a statement. This doesn’t mean there isn’t a time and place to be a little excessive. Layering bracelets can look great, for instance. But you may want to stop there!

    2. Wrong Jewelry/Clothing Combo – If you’re wearing a delicate, sheer top and an over-sized, clunky necklace, you may want to think again. Your choice of jewelry should enhance the overall tone of your outfit. A classic example of the right combo? A black cocktail dress with a string of freshwater pearls. Or that delicate, sheer top with a simple gold necklace.

    3. Wrong Jewelry/Body Type Combo – If you’re a petite gal, a large piece of jewelry can overwhelm your look and make you seem weighed down. In turn, a larger woman may seem strangled by a thin, short necklace. It’s about proportion ultimately. The same holds true with the size of your face. An elongated face type will just seem that much more drawn by long, dangling earrings.

    4. Dirty or Just Plain Old Jewelry – Vintage jewelry is one thing but tarnished jewelry or jewelry missing stones just sends an “I don’t care” message. Nowadays, it doesn’t take much to shine up a necklace or your replace stones in your grandmother’s earrings. You can do it yourself or have it done by a professional for a very reasonable price.

    5. No Jewelry at All – There is a time and place for no jewelry, don’t get me wrong – like when you’re hiking, for instance. But for the most part, jewelry is an adornment that can bring you and your outfit to life…and just make you feel good. If you’re the type of person who thinks jewelry is too much of a bother, a simple piece might be just the right choice for you, like our Keys of Love pendant necklace.

    And remember…there was only one Liberace!

  • Where are my Pearls?

    Spring and pearls go together like champagne and strawberries.

    Pearls add a touch of elegance, sophistication and old-world charm. They also blend flawlessly with so many outfits, from a silky black gown down to a pair of jeans and a t-shirt.

    And pearls have poetic value:

    Robert Frost

    (1874–1963), U.S. poet.
    “Going for Water.”

    A note as from a single place,
    A slender tinkling fall that made
    Now drops that floated on the pool
    pearls, and now a silver blade.

    The other big perk with freshwater pearls? The price:

    .5mm-9.5mm: Now $299
    9.5mm-10.5mm: Now $399
    10.5mm-11.5mm: Now $499

    Single Strand Cultured Freshwater Pearls – 8.5mm – 11.5mm With Free Matching Earrings

    Single strand cultured freshwater pearls, 17″ with 14kt yellow gold clasp and free matching earrings.
    (each strand sold individually)