Can I confess to you a certain fondness for pearls? Not just because they’re June’s birthstone, although that’s certainly true, and not just because pearls are a tried and true fashion staple. No, that’s not why I love pearls, and it’s not why I particularly love pearl horse jewelry.
I love pearls because pearls are what is known as an organic gem. Unlike diamonds, rubies, and sapphires, all of which are mined from the cold depths of the Earth, pearls are grown. Oysters form pearls as a result to an irritation in the shell – if this irritation occurs naturally, as a result of a piece of sand or grit, you have a natural pearl, and if man introduces the irritation deliberately, you have a cultured pearl. As a person who has experienced more than her fair share of irritation over the years, I do like to see that sometimes irritation can have a beautiful result!
Proof of concept: check out this lovely 14K Gold and Akoya Pearl Horseshoe Bracelet. There’s nothing quite like the lovely lustre of high quality gold. Even this picture doesn’t do the shine justice: when you see it in the sunlight, you’ll be blown away by the beauty of this pearl horse bracelet.
The design comes from Victorian times, with a classic horseshoe – always lucky – set with well-matched white pearls. The horseshoe is delicately sized, half an inch high by half an inch wide – just large enough to attract admiring glances without being overdone. Always appropriate, you can wear this bracelet anywhere! It’s lovely for a special event, and of course, pearls are perfect for the June wedding!
Fans of romantic horse jewelry love this bracelet. It’s the perfect gift for a special birthday or anniversary. A golden safety chain means you can always feel safe and secure while wearing this bracelet.