Oysters grow pearls, which humans transform into necklaces, just as snowmen grow noses, which humans transform into salad. Don adaptive gems with today’s Groupon to Pearl Lounge. Choose from the following options:
- For $50, you get $100 worth of jewelry.
- For $80, you get a pair of cultured-pearl stud earrings (up to a $200 value).
- For $245, you get a princess pearl necklace (up to a $500 value).</p>
Pearl Lounge’s iridescence experts, certified by the Gemology Institute of America, inspect each precious orb after inspecting its nacre and luster and granting it an AA+ rating. Button-shaped pearls, which suit ears better than spheres or Great Pyramids, slip into lobes in untreated in natural shades of white, peach, lavender, peacock, or carefully cultivated chocolate. Wearers choose from 7x7.5-, 8x8.5-, 8.5x9-, or 9x9.5-millimeter studs. Alternatively, necklaces come in 16 to 18 inches of 6.5- to 7.5-millimeter pearls. Alternatively, patrons peruse the pearl-and-gem creations, which wed pearls with carnelians, onyxes, and agates. Pearl pendant necklaces ($40 to $70) vie with ribbon necklaces ($50) to drape along collarbones, and gemstones such as citrine, amber, and garnet replace the stressful digits of watches as they sparkle along wrists ($60 to $90). All pearl purchasers will receive a 30% discount off purchases during their next visit, gift certificates on their birthdays and on winter holidays, and a kiss from an oyster.
The artisans at Pearl Lounge Jewelry Design arrange one-of-a-kind jewelry pieces with a careful selection of Japanese Akoya pearls, south sea pearls, and cultured freshwater pearls. Working with high-quality hardware such as silk cord and white gold, they crafts matching bracelets, necklaces, and earrings, as well as repairing heirloom pieces. Pearl Lounge Jewelry Design's artisans can also match clients' outfits and dental braces with natural stone pieces crafted with amber, turquoise, and jade.
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