Pearls are one of nature’s most magical phenomenon. Throughout history, mankind has had a special affinity for this treasure of the sea that comes in a variety of colours and shapes. Let us look at some of the most rarest, thus the most expensive pearls that were sold at auctions.
White gold and yellow gold used thoughtfully, with hints of sapphire, ruby, pearls and other precious stones lends an ethereal look to the collection.
A three-day trade extravaganza of India's leading jewellers by UBM India in the City of Pearls.
Meticulously crafted in 18K white gold, precious stones like ruby, white diamonds, blue sapphire, emerald and pearls are encased aesthetically to restore the imperial essence of your ethereal beauty.
The collection is a diverse range of 18K white and yellow gold diamond baubles with baguette, cabochon and marquise rubies, traditional and contemporary necklace sets with pearls and a pendant sets with blends of polki and red enameling.
This scientific method can provide the pearl industry with new valuable information about the age of loose pearls and pearls in jewellery.
Encased in conscious confines of white diamonds and metal of milder hues of (18K) yellow and white gold, precious stones of vivid rubies, emeralds, yellow-champagne diamonds and pearls appear as dollops of surprise in the frosty background.
India is known for its love affair with the fascinating pearls, since time immemorial. Kunjal Karaniya brings you a brief overview to know more about the pearls and its affair with India.