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Frequently Asked Question

  1. What is a Pearl Solitaire Ring?

    True to what the name suggests, Pearl Solitaire Ring is a ring design that features the Single Stone of Pearl as the main focal point. It is meant to put all the spotlight on the elegant beauty of Pearl.

  2. Can I wear a Pearl Solitaire Ring everyday?

    Pearls fetch a mere hardness rating of 2.5 to 4 out of 10 on the Mohs Scale. So, it goes without saying that they are a soft gemstone is more prone to accidental damages and breakages.

    So if you plan on throwing on a Pearl Solitaire Ring everyday, you might want to be extra cautious with its care and maintenance to keep it from falling prey to the everyday wear and tear.

  3. Are Pearl Solitaire Rings suitable for engagement rings?

    Not just suitable, Pearl Solitaire Rings make for an elegant, timeless, and absolutely royal choice of engagement ring.

  4. What type of Pearls are commonly used in Solitaire Rings?

    The most common kind of Pearls that you’ll witness in Solitaire Rings are Freshwater Pearl, Akoya Pearl, Tahitian Pearl, and South Sea Pearl.

  5. Can I customize the design of a Pearl Solitaire Ring?

    Absolutely, yes!

    Whether you wish to get a meaningful message engraved over the Pearl Solitaire Ring or wish for a dream design of yours to come alive, you can do it all and more thanks to our complete customization service.

  6. Can I wash my hands wearing a Pearl Ring?

    It is always advisable to take off the Pearl Ring before washing your hands since chemicals from detergents and soaps can cause the Pearl to lose its luster.

  7. How do I care for a Pearl Solitaire Ring?
    • Keep your Pearl Ring far away from harmful chemicals, acids, and alkaline since they can significantly deteriorate the luster and overall quality of your Pearl. For that, make sure to slip on your sparkler only once you have applied your makeup, hairsprays, and other cosmetic products.

    • To avoid any accidental mishaps, remember to take it off before indulging in strenuous physical activities like gardening, cooking, washing dishes, etc.

    • Pearls require moisture and in turn to that, they crack when exposed to humid temperatures or airtight environments. So, make sure to avoid storing them in airtight containers, safety deposit box or heated rooms.

    • Since Pearl is a soft gemstone, it is more vulnerable to being scratched by harder gemstones. And since it’s better safe than sorry, make sure to store it separately in a soft lined jewelry box.

    • Clean it gently every once in a while with a soft, damp cloth to get rid of all the accumulated dirt, oil, and grime from the surface.