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Pearl Jewellery

The 5 factors when choosing Pearl Jewellery

The most valuable pearls occur spontaneously in the wild, but are extremely rare.

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Forum Jewellers have a huge range of pearl jewellery for you to enjoy. With our pearl rings to pearl necklaces, you will find pearl jewellery that makes you feel special every day.


The pearl shapes are referred to as round, semi-round, semi-baroque (slightly irregular) and baroque (irregular). In general, the more spherical the pearl, the higher the value.

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We have a range of pearl necklaces at Forum Jewellers, with this pearl jewellery having a range of cuts and sizes so you get the best fit for you.


Pearls are available in a variety of colours and tones ranging through pink, white, cream-pink, cream-gold, grey and black. The colour of the final product is determined by nature without the influence of man. Choose the one that complements your skin tone. Generally whites and pinks suit paler complexions whilst creams and cream-pinks the darker complexions.

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You can find a huge variety of pearl earrings at Forum Jewellers, all in an array of colours, shapes and sizes to suit you

Surface purity

This term refers to the absence of blemishes and marks on the surface of the pearls using the naked eye.

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With Forum Jewellers, you can ensure you will get the best pearl rings and the best experience. With a variety of chooses in cut, colour, size and price you can guarantee you will find the perfect ring for you.

Pearl Size

Pearls are available in a variety of sizes from 3-10mm.

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We have a huge range of pearl pendants to offer. Giving you the choice of the chain you want whilst still picking from a huge range of gorgeous pearl jewellery.


Lustre is what gives pearls their beauty and shimmering iridescence. This is the bright yet deep-seated sheen on the surface created through the reflections and refractions of millions of microscopic layers of nacre. In general the thicker the coating the better the lustre.