Basically, pearl necklaces are divided into six different lengths: choker, collar, princess, opera, rope and matinee. Usually, a pearl choker is 14 to 16 inches long and stays at the collar-bone. The classic length of this pearl choker makes it the perfect jewelry for brides. This goes very well with the bridal gowns or any other wedding dress. You can wear your pearl choker necklace with your semi formal dresses also to mark your presence in the crowd.
Wedding and bridal jewelry is incomplete without earrings. You can add pearl stud earrings to match with your pearl necklaces so as to look lovelier. These add amazing look to the beauty of the bride. These are simple looking earrings but match very well with the wedding gowns.
Honora pearls are known for having the highest nacre content of any of the cultured pearls, about 90%. Denser nacre content means a stronger pearl, and the layers of the nacre are what create the luster.
My name is not Martha Stewart, and I will never receive a neighborhood beautification award. Just look at my front stoop. Yes, my never-had-time-to-carve-the-pumpkin-that-now-suffers-from-frostbite slouches next to the front door which is decorated with a Christmas wreath. I plan to roll this large orange ornament to the garbage pile tomorrow. For now, however, I will pretend that my front stoop is a contemplative modern art exhibit capturing the essence of contrast.
Shape will rely on the sort of pearl which choose, but generally a perfectly spherical pearl is the best class since these are not often found. Pearls are sold in a number of shapes which include baroque, circular, button, stick, and semi circular.