Beginning in the 16th century, expanding global trade routes made pearls an affordable luxury for many. The elite of Renaissance Europe lavishly adorned themselves with pearls as symbols of status, taste, and wealth; irregular baroque pearls were especially favored. Our elegant earrings recall the lustrous pearl jewelry depicted in European paintings in The Met collection.
At Moon's Wish Jewellery, we're not perfect but we do our very best to create eco-friendly, ethical and sustainable jewellery - and we're always striving to improve where we can.
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Pearls are one of the organic gemstones (e.g., coral, amber) in nature, which is naturally produced and cannot be obtained by artificial intervention. No one pearl will be exactly the same and it can't be flawless. It’s unique. Zero tolerance for flaws and perfectionists carefully place the order.
Common defects: white spots, water lines, pits, bumps, etc. These are all characteristics of natural gemstones.
Jewelry should avoid exposure to chemicals(e.g. perfume, cosmetics, skincare products, bleach,etc.)
Avoid force collision to avoid deformation. Do not wear it when you working out.
Using a jewlry polishing clothing can instantly restore luster, but it will not eliminate scratches.