Though they are available in various different colours, the white pearl is most commonly used. Saltwater pearls originate from oysters, whereas freshwater pearls originate from mussels. Saltwater pearls, though, are more expensive than freshwater pearls. Reason being is that only 1 or 2 pearls can grow in an oyster, whereas up to 50 pearls can be produced by a mussel.
Today, white pearls are the foundation of every woman’s jewellery wardrobe.
You may be familiar with the fact that the most classic piece of jewellery of all time is the white pearl necklace, but there is so much more that can be done with them.
So, what can you do with them?
The beauty of the white pearl is that they can be used in perfect combination with absolutely every colour of pearl. Not only that; stunning pieces can be made with the white pearl when combined with the likes of silver and gold jewellery parts. The options are endless; they can be made into earrings, necklaces, bracelets, hair pieces. Additionally, they can even be incorporated into clothing.
The white pearl is known for its chic and classic appearance. They undoubtedly go with every outfit, and are perfect for every occasion.
String them on a piece of French wire, use a single pearl as a simple yet classic pendant on a chain, combine them with a touch of silver or crystals on a bracelet – use a mixture of white, pink, silver or even black to stand out from the crowd – pair your creations with a classy pair of white pearl earrings; bead caps, for example, make a wonderful addition to any white pearl drop earrings.
All of these possibilities can easily be done at a (believe it or not) affordable price. Explore all the possibilities here.