Pearl Wedding Rings

Pearl Wedding Rings

Pearl Wedding Rings

1 of 32 When you think of an engagement ring, you probably don’t immediately envision a pearl center stone—but that doesn’t mean pearls aren’t a stunning choice for this important piece of jewelry. When it comes to precious gemstones, pearls are as classic as they come. Vintage lovers and alternative and modern brides alike will fall hard for the Old World elegance of a pearl engagement ring. The simple sophistication of a pearl can easily stand alone as a solitaire or bezel-set stunner. You could also make it shimmer in a pavé setting with a sophisticated, thin halo. But there are some surprising ways to set a pearl engagement ring, too. Mizuki offers an enchanting creation of a black Tahitian pearl in an open setting with one diamond-studded end trailing downward as if it’s a glamorous necklace, while designers including Anna Sheffield and Zoe Chicco pair a larger pearl with a smaller diamond, either split, like in Sheffield’s Attelage setting, or forming two ends of a twisted open band as Chicco’s does. There are incredibly decadent ways to design a pearl ring as well. David Yurman offers a pearl set in claw-like prongs with rows of pavé diamonds stamping the band. Blue Nile, on the other hand, plants its pearl in the center of a cluster of deco-like diamonds. And Lagos uses a mixed metal setting to really emphasize its pearl’s diamond halo. Creative types, vintage girls, and brides looking for something slightly different will all go crazy for this gorgeous engagement ring setting. Plus, a pearl engagement ring can be a more budget-friendly alternative to some of the more popular gemstones out there! See some of our favorite wedding-worthy pearl rings. Anna Sheffield Pearl Engagement Ring Anna Sheffield yellow gold, pearl, and white diamond engagement ring, $1,025, annasheffield.com. Photography: Courtesy of Anna Sheffield Get the Best on Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands
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Pearl Wedding Rings

When you think of an engagement ring, you probably don’t immediately envision a pearl center stone—but that doesn’t mean pearls aren’t a stunning choice for this important piece of jewelry. When it comes to precious gemstones, pearls are as classic as they come. Vintage lovers and alternative and modern brides alike will fall hard for the Old World elegance of a pearl engagement ring. The simple sophistication of a pearl can easily stand alone as a solitaire or bezel-set stunner. You could also make it shimmer in a pavé setting with a sophisticated, thin halo. But there are some surprising ways to set a pearl engagement ring, too. Mizuki offers an enchanting creation of a black Tahitian pearl in an open setting with one diamond-studded end trailing downward as if it’s a glamorous necklace, while designers including Anna Sheffield and Zoe Chicco pair a larger pearl with a smaller diamond, either split, like in Sheffield’s Attelage setting, or forming two ends of a twisted open band as Chicco’s does. There are incredibly decadent ways to design a pearl ring as well. David Yurman offers a pearl set in claw-like prongs with rows of pavé diamonds stamping the band. Blue Nile, on the other hand, plants its pearl in the center of a cluster of deco-like diamonds. And Lagos uses a mixed metal setting to really emphasize its pearl’s diamond halo. Creative types, vintage girls, and brides looking for something slightly different will all go crazy for this gorgeous engagement ring setting. Plus, a pearl engagement ring can be a more budget-friendly alternative to some of the more popular gemstones out there! See some of our favorite wedding-worthy pearl rings. Anna Sheffield Pearl Engagement Ring Anna Sheffield yellow gold, pearl, and white diamond engagement ring, $1,025, annasheffield.com. Photography: Courtesy of Anna Sheffield Get the Best on Engagement Rings and Wedding Bands
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Pearl Wedding Rings

When you think of an engagement ring, you probably don’t immediately envision a pearl center stone—but that doesn’t mean pearls aren’t a stunning choice for this important piece of jewelry. When it comes to precious gemstones, pearls are as classic as they come. Vintage lovers and alternative and modern brides alike will fall hard for the Old World elegance of a pearl engagement ring. The simple sophistication of a pearl can easily stand alone as a solitaire or bezel-set stunner. You could also make it shimmer in a pavé setting with a sophisticated, thin halo. But there are some surprising ways to set a pearl engagement ring, too. Mizuki offers an enchanting creation of a black Tahitian pearl in an open setting with one diamond-studded end trailing downward as if it’s a glamorous necklace, while designers including Anna Sheffield and Zoe Chicco pair a larger pearl with a smaller diamond, either split, like in Sheffield’s Attelage setting, or forming two ends of a twisted open band as Chicco’s does. There are incredibly decadent ways to design a pearl ring as well. David Yurman offers a pearl set in claw-like prongs with rows of pavé diamonds stamping the band. Blue Nile, on the other hand, plants its pearl in the center of a cluster of deco-like diamonds. And Lagos uses a mixed metal setting to really emphasize its pearl’s diamond halo. Creative types, vintage girls, and brides looking for something slightly different will all go crazy for this gorgeous engagement ring setting. Plus, a pearl engagement ring can be a more budget-friendly alternative to some of the more popular gemstones out there! See some of our favorite wedding-worthy pearl rings. Anna Sheffield Pearl Engagement Ring Anna Sheffield yellow gold, pearl, and white diamond engagement ring, $1,025, annasheffield.com. Photography: Courtesy of Anna Sheffield
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Pearl Wedding Rings

When you think of an engagement ring, you probably don’t immediately envision a pearl center stone—but that doesn’t mean pearls aren’t a stunning choice for this important piece of jewelry. When it comes to precious gemstones, pearls are as classic as they come. Vintage lovers and alternative and modern brides alike will fall hard for the Old World elegance of a pearl engagement ring. The simple sophistication of a pearl can easily stand alone as a solitaire or bezel-set stunner. You could also make it shimmer in a pavé setting with a sophisticated, thin halo. But there are some surprising ways to set a pearl engagement ring, too. Mizuki offers an enchanting creation of a black Tahitian pearl in an open setting with one diamond-studded end trailing downward as if it’s a glamorous necklace, while designers including Anna Sheffield and Zoe Chicco pair a larger pearl with a smaller diamond, either split, like in Sheffield’s Attelage setting, or forming two ends of a twisted open band as Chicco’s does. There are incredibly decadent ways to design a pearl ring as well. David Yurman offers a pearl set in claw-like prongs with rows of pavé diamonds stamping the band. Blue Nile, on the other hand, plants its pearl in the center of a cluster of deco-like diamonds. And Lagos uses a mixed metal setting to really emphasize its pearl’s diamond halo. Creative types, vintage girls, and brides looking for something slightly different will all go crazy for this gorgeous engagement ring setting. Plus, a pearl engagement ring can be a more budget-friendly alternative to some of the more popular gemstones out there! See some of our favorite wedding-worthy pearl rings. Anna Sheffield Pearl Engagement Ring Anna Sheffield yellow gold, pearl, and white diamond engagement ring, $1,025, annasheffield.com.
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Pearl Wedding Rings

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Pearl Wedding Rings

I have a pearl engagement ring. I love it, but I do have to have the pearl replaced every so often because I’ll catch it on something (usually a jean pocket) and rip it out – and that’s wearing it maybe 10 times a year, not every day. However, mine sticks way up and isn’t protected in its setting like yours. The biggest thing about everyday wear, for me, though, is that pearls aren’t just soft – they’re highly susceptible to certain household products, including vinegar, ammonia, and chlorine. That susceptibility probably won’t lead to your pearl dissolving away before your eyes, but it could lead to the nacre getting holes and losing its luster. And I ALWAYS forget, although that may come from not wearing it every day. I would talk to the jeweler about the difficult of replacing the pearl in that setting. If you do go for it, we’ve found that buying a few pearls at a time and taking them to the jeweler when needed was much cheaper than buying and replacing each time, though YMMV. On the schmoopy side, though, my husband and I enjoy replacing the pearl in my ring. We never take off our wedding rings, and they are a symbol of the bond and foreverness, etc. etc. But replacing the pearl in my ring has kind of become a symbol of though our lives and ourselves change, we are still together. Our wedding ring is a symbol of our steadfastness, the engagement ring our flexibility, and both are necessary in marriage.posted by barchan at 9:28 AM on September 29, 2015

Pearl Wedding Rings

Pearl Wedding Rings

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