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The Month of the Pearl

Jun 20, 2016

June is a month of many birthstones. The pearl, alexandrite, and moonstone have all been correlated with those born in the month of June. The pearl is a perfect material to represent this summer month, as it is found in the sea, where many of us vacation to in the summer months. One of the favorite gem materials of the Roman empire, and known to coin the 1500s in England as “the pearl age“, the pearl has a long standing history as a beautiful and admirable gem. Pearls come in many colors and sizes, and have their own sleek shine incomparable to other stones. No other stones come from living sea creatures or require no polishing to reveal their natural beauty, making the pearl exquisitely unique.

At Samuelson’s, we carry a great amount of pearl items. We have pearl necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and rings of white and Tahitian pearls. Pictured below is a gorgeous pearl necklace that can wrap around twice, with a beautiful flower pendant and a pearl in its center. Below the necklace is a stunning white pearl bracelet with three strands of pearls and a gold clasp that pair beautifully with the necklace.

pearl necklace with gold flower and pearl bracelet

We also have this wonderful Tahitian and cream pearl necklace with a pattern of different sized pearls effortlessly stranded together.

Tahitian & Cream pearl necklace

You can find more pearl items at our store or on our Etsy website. Explore the selection for that special someone you know who was born this month, or seize the pearl item you’ve always wanted to embrace the month of June.

diamond 14k gold pearl studs

Diamond 14k Gold Pearl Studs

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