Luxury Pearl engagement rings? Why they might be the perfect fit
Many people will choose a diamond for their partner’s engagement ring with rubies and emeralds also popular options. But could a pearl engagement ring be the perfect fit?
The Pearl Source Blog noted many fascinating facts about pearls. Firstly, unlike other gems that originate from living organisms, they’re super rare and take months to develop.
A pearl engagement ring could be a great investment, so if you’re planning to propose have a read of what options there are and find the perfect pearl ring for you.
There are plenty of pearl options out there
Pearl engagement rings are a perfect fit for people who love a unique look and want to stand out amongst the masses. According to Brides, there are four popular pearl options.
Option one is freshwater pearls. They’re often less expensive than the other options and come from freshwater bodies and are available in different styles.
Akoya pearls have a beautiful glowy look, South Sea pearls typically come from Australia, the Philippines or Indonesia and Tahitian pearls are usually darker and more dramatic than the classic white pearls.
What are the options?
If you want a classic freshwater engagement ring consider Tiffany & Co which sells the beautiful olive branch-inspired Olive Leaf Pearl Ring by Paloma Picasso for around less than $600.
Another breathtaking, timeless pearl option is the Mikimoto White Gold Akoya Pearl Diamond Ring, it costs around $2,5000.
If you want a bolder choice, consider the 18K White Gold South Sea Pearl and Diamond Ring. This stunning engagement ring is available for less than $5,200.
For a unique and edgy pearl engagement ring consider the 14K White Gold Diamond & Black Green Tahitian Pearl Classic Ring.
Pearls never go out of fashion
A major benefit to a pearl engagement ring is that pearls never really go out of style and they happen to be in trend right now. So much so that “pearlcore” is a popular aesthetic.
According to InStyle, pearls are in fashion and in various styles – they are perfect for all genders and ages and are being worn for everyday activities not just for fancy events.
If your partner is particularly up on fashion trends, a pearl engagement ring may be a great shout because the pearlcore aesthetic will not go away anytime soon.
Pearls are elegant
Pearls are and will forever be associated with class and style because of their simple elegance. Pearls signify romance, morality and beauty according to Pacific Peals.
Jackie Kennedy once said: “Pearls are always appropriate.” Virtually every style icon has worn pearls from Princess Diana to Michelle Obama to Harry Styles.
A pearl engagement ring is perfect because a pearl is graceful and elegant and will perfectly represent every stage of your life.
Pearls can be colourful
Pearls come in all colours. If you’re looking for an edgy black pearl engagement ring, check out the Tahitian Pearl Bypass Ring with Diamond Trio, available at Angara. Also available at Angara is the Golden South Sea Pearl and Diamond Bypass Ring, which features a golden pearl that exudes luxury and character.
If you like pink, the GLAMIRA Ring Kanyatta features a girly pink pearl and sells for less than $800. Those who prefer lilac should consider buying the Rose Gold Lilac Freshwater Pearl Ring from Maui Divers Jewelry, which is available for less than $700. Furthermore, if you want a brown pearl engagement ring, the Le Vian Cultured Pearl Ring is one of the most unique engagement rings we’ve ever seen and is available at Kay Jewelers.
Celebrity seal of approval
If you need any more proof pearl engagement rings are a great option, then look no further than the fact celebrities are rocking them.
Ariana Grande’s engagement ring features two stones: a huge oval-shaped diamond and next to it a petite white pearl. Her unique engagement ring is a win for pearl lovers.
Emma Stone is another celebrity with a pearl engagement ring. Her ring is a classic pearl and eludes a classy and timeless vibe.
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