Welcome to Bijoux Pearls. The last date for Bijoux Pearls Christmas orders in the UK and Channel Islands is Monday 23rd December 2014.
come in a variety of colours. Pearl
colour depends on the type of oyster or mollusk that produces the pearl
(certain types of oystersproduce pearls
of certain colors), as well as the conditions of the water, and the type of
nucleus which is implanted to stimulate the pearl's creation.Also diet, water temperature and pollutants
can determine pearl colour.
pearls come in a wider variety of colours than salt water farmed pearls (Akoya,
SouthSea and Tahitian pearls).Colours include pastel colours such as white,
ivory, pink, lavender, mauve and peach and other colours such as black,
White or Ivory Pearls
White is the first
colour people think of when they think of pearls.
Pearls come in a
range of colours in the white to ivory spectrum from white to a creamy white
which is almost a light lemon colour.
Pink pearls come in a
range of shades.Naturally pink pearls
are a light pinkish colour.The more
dark pink colours are probably dyed pearls.
Peach pearls are
sometimes called pink pearls but we do see a difference with the peach colour having
a salmon pink hue.
Mauve, Lavender or Lilac coloured Pearls
Pearls in this colour
range can range from the lightest lilac through to medium lavender and
Mauve.Colours can range from pale to
Not really a pure
black colour, black pearls are more likely to have tones of dark silver, grey,
aubergine, peacock, iridescent dark navy blue to other dark shades.
Tahitian pearls only
come in a black/dark hue.
Peacock pearls come
in colours which are a mix of dark green, dark navy blue and dark silver.The colour is an iridescent dark/blue silvery
Gold or Yellow Pearls
Golden pearls are
mainly found in the SouthSea pearls range but some
freshwater pearls can also come in a light gold colour.
Multi colour pearls
Mainly pearls that
come in a range of pastel hued colours from white, pink, peach, lavender or
mauve.A selection of pastel hued pearls
are arranged together to form a necklace or bracelet showcasing the range of
Rainbow pearls (also
known as Cortez pearls) are grown in Mexico and have 3 to 4 colour hues ranging
from purple, black, dark pink to navy blue all in one pearl. They have a shimmering luster and the colours
look as thought they change colours when they catch the light.