The Lure of Pearl: Explore The Pearl Jewelry!
Classy is something which never expires and we can relate classy with the pearl. Have you ever thought; a grain of sand can be so expensive? No, it is even difficult to imagine. But, it is nature which has the power to convey an unwelcomed grain of sand into the precious gem of the sea. A pearl is an organic element just like the jet, amber and coral. Pearl gets the birth from the nacre which is a protective measure of the shellfish. A natural pearl takes three to five years to form completely.
However, it is difficult to watch a natural pearl in the market but cultured or artificial pearls are also giving a tough competition to the natural pearls. As, people also go with the trend, a very rare group of population live to buy the natural round shaped pearls. Today, people love to wear the uneven shaped or shapeless pearls; especially uneven shaped pearls are commonly used for making the earrings. Drop shaped cultured pearls are being used for making the pearl bracelet.
Pearls are being used from past several times. The Greek people still thin that pearl are a tear of an angel or some people call it as, tear of moon. Some he famous pearl wearers are Elisabeth Taylor, Jaqueline Kennedy, Queen Elisabeth 1 of England. As per the belief, Liz Taylor was having the largest pearl but she lost it. Pearl also has the traditional beliefs in the Christian, Hindu and Islamic traditions. In these traditions, pearls are considered as symbol of perfection and purity. This is why the trends of giving the pearl on the wedding start.
Usually, the father gives the pearl to their daughter on their wedding. It means that he is asking her daughter to be perfect and pure. If you want to gift the pearl to your daughter, a pair of pearl earrings or a pearl necklace can be a perfect option. In cultured pearls, green is the predominant color. China is the country which is manufacturing the cultured pearls just like anything.