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Mankind has known pearls since time immemorial, and their uniqueness has entered the legends of more than one country. There are many legends surrounding pearls all over the world. Even today, however, the truth remains that pearl jewellery expresses perfect naturalness, refinement and unadorned elegance. Therefore, if your jewellery box hides a pearl necklace, then your cleavage can be rightly proud.
The Romans considered pearls a symbol of wisdom, wealth and good fortune. Ladies used to sleep in pearl necklaces to dream good dreams. A pearl necklace from the excavations of the winter palace of the Persian kings at Susa, dating from around 350 BC, has even seen the light of day again.
There are many legends around the world about pearls. Even today, however, the truth remains that pearl jewellery expresses perfect naturalness, refinement and unadorned elegance. Therefore, if your jewellery box hides a pearl necklace, then your cleavage can be rightly proud.
Since the mid-20th century, the famous French fashion designer Coco Chanel, née Gabrielle Chanel, has set the tone for the global fashion industry. Thanks to the functionality and simplicity that her designs expressed, she deservedly became the queen of fashion in a short time. However, Coco was also the first person to introduce the elegant and lavish double row pearl necklace to the world's most influential people. Wearing a pearl necklace was a way for ladies to express their social status. This made the pearl necklace an icon of female beauty. It is no different today.
The uniqueness of pearl necklaces still holds an important position. The pearl necklace adorned the neckline of Princess Diana, actress and model Jessica Parker, First Lady Dagmar Havel, Michelle Obama and the aforementioned Gabrielle Chanel. This does not mean that pearl necklaces only adorn the necklines of prominent or wealthy women. The diverse market of pearl necklaces provides a variety of choices, making the acquisition of such a jewel an increasingly affordable and simple affair.
The price of a pearl necklace is mainly determined by the pearls used. Pearls are generally divided into two groups - uncultured (natural) pearls and cultured pearls (genuine sea or freshwater pearls bred on pearl farms). A pearl necklace made from natural pearls is much rarer and more expensive. Pearl necklaces made from cultured pearls are just as natural and beautiful, but more affordable in price and selection.
Pearl necklaces are often sought after by men as a gift for a woman suitable for a birthday or other significant event.
Pearl necklaces are also distinguished by their perfect workmanship, the so-called knot weave. Between each pearl strung on the strand is a so-called knot, which protects the pearls from unwanted unwinding or spilling in case of breaking the necklace and losing the pearls. The pearl necklaces are made by precise handwork of experienced jewellery makers. Not only quality cultured pearls, but also honest work underlines the quality of pearl necklaces. (Read: How a pearl necklace is born).
Pearls are an organic gemstone, which suggests that it is important to take proper care of pearl jewellery. Pearls are made up of calcium carbonate, making them very sensitive to dryness, moisture, acids, skin creams and hairsprays. If you decide to own a pearl necklace, store it thoroughly in a dry and dark place and hang it around your neck only after cosmetic and hair styling treatments. The ideal place to store a pearl necklace is in a fabric-covered jewelry box.
Above all, pearl necklaces are a modern and fashionable addition to a formal wardrobe. They suit ladies of any age. However, choose the outfit you want to wear a pearl necklace with sparingly.
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