by Joanne BRENT February 18, 2020
Sure, perfectly round pearls may be the most popular and traditional shape, but did you know that there are at least another 6 shapes to choose from? This can make shopping for pearls a whole new adventure! You’ll notice that these more unusual pearl shapes are also considered quite unique. So, here’s what you need to know about buying and styling 7 common pearl shapes:
by Kristina Ganina July 24, 2019
This season’s runways were absolutely crawling with exciting pearl jewelry of all kinds. From Chanel to Loewe, the crème de la crème of the fashion world are showcasing risk-taking pearl pieces. Think necks dripping in pearls, pendants and bronzed chains or quirky charm bracelets and even hair accessories. We’ve taken a look at all of the trending favourites and here are the ones we’re loving the most!
Namaka is an exquisite jewelry brand created by a family of dedicated pearl farmers that have been cultivating pearls of the highest quality for two generations. Namaka stores offer a wide selection of authentic Tahitian pearls crafted into unique and clever designs. Namaka jewelry is made by hand using enduring and natural materials that highlight the gem’s raw beauty.
Fakarava pearl farm in Tahiti, the source of Namaka pearls, is an officially certified pearl producer.
Namaka creates jewelry for those who appreciate timeless and naturally authentic works of art.
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