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Frequently Asked Question

  1. What is a Pearl Bridal Set?

    A Pearl Bridal Set is inclusive of matching Pearl Engagement Ring and Wedding Ring, meant to complement each other and create a cohesive bridal look.

  2. What does a Pearl Wedding Ring mean?

    Meant to pronounce you as man and wife officially, Pearl Wedding Ring is exchanged as the eternal symbol of love and commitment between the couple as part of the wedding ritual. On their own, Pearls signify romance, love, purity, innocence, loyalty, and integrity (which makes them a befitting choice for wedding ring).

  3. Are Pearls appropriate for a Bride?

    With white being the color of brides, Pearls are and have always been the finest choice of gemstone for them. Not only do they stand out for their royal, sophisticated, and elegant appeal, but some folklore even suggest that wearing Pearls on the wedding day works as a good luck charm for a happy marriage.

  4. What do Pearls symbolize at a wedding?

    Beyond their royal aesthetics, Pearls are held in high regard as the symbol of bridal purity, romance, love, loyalty, and innocence. A Pearl Bridal Ring has long been exchanged as a promise of happy marriage. Besides that, Pearls are known to be passed down through generations, so they comes with a sense of emotional value attached.

  5. How do you wear a Pearl Bridal Set?

    As far as the conventions go, a Pearl Bridal Set is slipped over the left ring finger in an attempt to wear it closest to the heart, (since a Roman legend suggests that it connects directly to the heart through a vein). Typically, a Wedding Band is stacked below the engagement ring.

  6. Can I customize a Pearl Bridal Set?

    Who says you can’t?

    With our complete customization service, we offer you the opportunity to customize your Pearl Bridal Set as and how you like so that it holds more personal value to you.

  7. Is Pearl durable for a Bridal ring?

    Speaking of its durability, Pearl is a relatively soft gemstone that demands to be taken care of. It strikes a hardness rating of 2.5 to 4 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale, which makes it vulnerable to scratching, chipping, and breakages.

    So, if you’re looking to go for a Pearl Bridal Ring that you plan to slip on everyday, it is recommended to abide by all the precautionary measures to keep it from damages.

  8. What type of Pearls are commonly used in Bridal Sets?

    All kinds of Pearls including Freshwater Pearl, South Sea Pearl and Tahitian Pearl are used in Bridal Sets. The final choice of Pearl type ultimately comes down to your preference and budget.