Giving the gift of jewellery is a great way to say, "I love you," "You're special," and "Sorry for auctioning off the dog." Repent with today's Groupon: for $55, you get $200 worth of jewellery from Prized Pearls.
A treasure chest teeming with freshwater pearls, Prized Pearls flourishes special-occasion frocks and everyday uniforms with a potpourri of classic styles. Customers can ornament barren décolletage with a 19-inch peach-pearl necklace ($143.05) assembled from handpicked oyster gems or enlist Prized Pearl's cultured black bracelet ($59.99), fashioned with AA+ quality pearls, to flourish evening ensembles or handcuff one-armed bandits. The jewel artisans pluck their lustrous beads from preserved and protected water sources in southern China in order to generate collections with a conscious, such as the resplendent Princess Set ($113.99), a 16-inch freshwater-pearl necklace complemented by delicate droop earrings constructed from 3.5-millimetre pearls in four tasteful colour selections.
In addition to recipes and pet-rock babysitting duty, mothers and daughters can also share a pearl necklace set from Prized Pearl's Mother Daughter Collection ($148.95), a limited seasonal duo of hand-knotted silk-cord necklaces furnished with AA+ gems and timeless clasp closures. Sparkle artists can muster white, black, lavender, or peach pearls to create their treasures, and each jewelled variety is displayed in an individual presentation box.
Culling pearls from faraway freshwater locales such as China's Changjiang delta, Prized Pearls’ discerning jewelers drape décolletages and wrists with lustrous pearl creations. They string hand-knotted silk cords with luminous beads for single-, double-, and triple-strand necklaces that gleam in shades of white, lavender, peach, or black. Matching bracelets and earrings join neckpieces for sets or arrive individually to complement delicate wrists or prosthetic elf ears. Magnetic and lobster clasps ensure that iridescent spheres stay in place, and many of the pieces are shipped in a keepsake box to prevent owners from confusing them with delicious after-dinner mints.