How to Style Antique Pearl Jewellery
Pearls hold a permanent place in style and fashion and an antique pearl ring or necklace can add an elegant touch to any outfit.
If you are eager to turn heads with this classic choice, follow this guide for tips on how to wear pearls so you can look and feel chic!
Consider pearl colours
Pearls are most commonly found in a creamy white, but you’d be surprised at the number of colour variations available.
Tahitian ‘black’ pearls display an astonishing range of colour; green, pink, blue, silver, gold – and, as such, can complement any look. The grey pearls found in these stunning Victorian vintage pearl earrings, for instance, lend a touch of distinction to a classic style.
Cultured or natural pearls
Pearls can either be found naturally or grown under controlled conditions by oyster farmers.
To the eye, cultured pearl appear every inch as beautiful as natural ones; just as round, smooth and full of lustre – like this cultured black pearl surrounded by diamonds.
But for those who only want to wear the real thing, our collection of vintage pearl rings includes a number of naturally grown pearls, such as this stunner.
Choose your occasion
Take note of the occasion and tailor your pearls accordingly
Simple, elegant designs such as this vintage pearl chain necklace can transform your everyday look. Whereas pearl necklaces complimented by other stones can showcase glamorous evening attire for when you want to look your best.
Pearls can be almost any colour – and they can also be almost any shape. If you want to add a touch of distinctiveness to a classic look, it’s worth considering pearls of different shapes.
Drop shaped pearls are beautifully showcased in this set of natural saltwater pearl and diamond earrings.
Or for those who are particularly adventurous, this “jester” was inspired by the unique proportions of a natural baroque pearl. These unique shapes can look both classic and contemporary.
If you have any questions on any of the pearl pieces we have in our collection, feel free to contact us. We’d love to help!