Gorgeous, golden-colored pearls are commanding more attention, and it’s not hard to see why. Their buttery-soft, honey-kissed surfaces are a warm and welcome sight to consumers used to seeing mainly powdery white pearls in most U.S. stores. And with increased promotion efforts from a certain Filipino company—stay tuned for the “The Golden Rush” in the September issue—golden pearls are destined for increased popularity.
Ring in 14k gold with a 12–12.9 mm golden South Sea pearl with 0.33 ct. t.w. diamonds, $2,775; Stuller
Earrings in 18k gold with 12 mm cultured Philippine golden South Sea pearls, $3,390; Etienne Perret
Ring in 18k gold from the SeaBreeze collection with 14.5–15.5 mm semi-baroque golden South Sea pearl and 0.03 ct. t.w. diamonds, $5,200; Hector Hassey
Bracelet in 14k gold from the Silhouette collection with baroque-shape golden South Sea pearls and Canary diamonds, $1,200; Little H.
Golden Waves Kiss pendant in 18k gold with a 7 mm golden South Sea keshi pearl with a 0.02 ct. diamond, $1,800; $1,800; Patrick Mohs Jewelry
Indonesian baroque-shape golden pearl necklace with 18k clasp set with a 27.32 ct. free-form-shape Mexican opal and 0.58 ct. t.w. diamonds, $22,000; Katy Briscoe
Earrings in 18k gold with 15.5 mm natural-colored golden South Sea pearls with 1.75 cts. tw., $19,000; Mastoloni
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