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Perfect Pearl Jewellery for Your Wedding

Your wedding day is undoubtedly one of the most special, memorial and important days of your life. So wearing the right bridal jewellery to go with the beautiful wedding dress you choose is also a very important. Peal pendants, pearl necklaces, pearl bracelets and pearl earrings are by far the most classic bridal jewellery pieces serving the absolute perfect accessory to accompany your beautiful wedding dress. So here are two some striking pearl jewellery types – Akoya and Freshwater pearls, both perfect for a beautiful bride.

Akoya Pearls for Bridal Jewellery

Akoya pearls are defiantly one of the most classical and elegant varieties of pearls making them a timeless classic for brides. Akoya pearls originated in Japan and have a distinctive classic appearance representing style, elegance and grace.

Freshwater Pearls For Wedding Jewellery

The freshwater pearl comes from mussels farmed mainly come from Japan, China and America. Just one shell of a mussel can typically produce 20 to 30 pearls through a skilled process of tissue grafting. If cared for properly, pearls will last a lifetime and will always remain a classic jewellery style, so you can also wear them for special occasions after your wedding day.
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