Why Wear Mother of Pearl?
Nacre, commonly known as mother of pearl, is actually a soothing iridescent substance that forms the inner layer of the shell of mollusks like abalones and oysters. This wonderful gemstone is also a traditional first anniversary gift. You’ll also find that mother of pearl is used in a lot of different things, like musical instruments, furniture and, of course, exquisite jewelry pieces.
Mother of Pearl Jewelry
Mother of pearl is highly versatile to work with and has many applications. It can be used in a number of ways, including free form shapes, inlays or even carvings. Because of mother of pearl’s neutral hues, it pairs well with any metal color. When combined with yellow or rose gold, mother of pearl looks rich, sophisticated and chic while white metals give it a modern, stylish contrast.
One of the best things about mother of pearl is that it lends itself to any style of jewelry. Whether Boho and casual or chic and unbelievably sophisticated, the gemstone blends in well and partners perfectly with any setting. It also has a number of kaleidoscopic colors to offer:
Mother of Pearl Symbolism
Mother of pearl is believed to stimulate imagination and creativity, as well as sensitivity. It’s also believed to help bring emotional balance and enhance harmony between the emotional, spiritual and physical world. In Feng Shui, mother of pearl is known to symbolize wealth. Wearing mother of pearl is thought to bring in good luck too. As a result, giving a gift of mother of pearl is seen as an excellent good luck charm.
Spend $150+ & Get a FREE Gift
Browse through our collections to find the jewelry or accessories that you love most. If you spend $150 or more by 8 March 2020, you will also get a FREE gift! We also specialize in personalization, so you can even choose the pieces that speak to your personal sense of style. Want some more information on buying mother of pearl jewelry and accessories? Read through our shopping guide and contact our shop for more information today!
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