Necklace Buying Guide: A pearl necklace adds style to anything
she wears. To own a pearl necklace is every woman's desire. When
looking for a pearl necklace there are many lengths of pearl
necklaces: collar, choker, princess, matinee, opera and rope. Collar
pearl necklace are 10 to 13 inches in length and good for casual
wear. The 14-16 inch choker is an incomparable classic, and probably
the most versatile of all pearl lengths. At 18-20 inches, the
princess-length pearl necklace makes a perfect chain for a pendant or
pearl enhancer. Matinee pearl necklace are 20 to 24 inches and is
great with a business suit or a dress. Opera pearl necklace are 28 to
34 inches and are perfect for for a dress-up occasion.
"four Cs" of diamond quality, shopping for pearl necklaces
involves paying attention to a few important elements. It is not easy
to differentiate between natural pearls and high end cultured pearl
with a naked eye. Pearls are believed to be composed of 84% calcium
carbonate and 14% organic binder and about 2% water. The usual color
of a pearl is white or cream but is also available in pink, grey and black.
Choose a pearl
necklace, which will match her lifestyle and personality. Choosing a
right pearl necklace depends on many factors including age, skin
color and occasion. When buying pearl necklace it's a good idea to
base your choice of color on skin tone. A young woman wears a pearl
necklace it leaves an impression of style, beauty and innocence. An
elderly woman wears a pearl necklace it gives an impression of poise,
dignity and sophistication.
pearl necklace it's a good idea to base your choice of color on the
skin tone of the person they are intended for. In general, pink
pearls look best on fairer skin tones, while yellow or golden pearls
look best on darker skin tones. An elegant pearl necklace is a great
gift idea for special days like marriages, anniversaries, birthdays,
valentines, mother's day etc. When buying a pearl necklace, there are
a few things to keep in mind including surface, color, size, luster,
and shape. The pearl necklace is strung in many fashions. The center
pearl being bigger and the remaining tapering down the size, is a
style in fashion too. The pearl could be bigger or smaller depending
on the design, if you prefer big sized pearls then one strand pearl
necklace would look beautiful. Browse our collection of elegant pearl necklaces.
From the chin
to the starting of the hair is a tenth part of the figure.
junction of the palm of the hand as far as tip of the middle finger a
From the chin
to the top of the head an eight part.
And from the
pit of the stomach to the top of the chest is a sixth part.
And from the
fork of the ribs as far as the top of the head a fourth part.
And from chin
to the nostrils is a third part of the face.
And the same
from the nostrils to the eyebrows, and from the eyebrows to the
starting of the hair.
And the foot
is a sixth part, and the forearm to elbow a fourth part. The breath
across the shoulders a fourth part.
There is a
great distance between the commencement of the one ear and that of
the other as there is from the space between the eyebrows to chin.
The size of
the mouth in a well proportioned face is equal to the distance
between the parting of the lips and the bottom of the chin.
The cut or
angle of the lower lip is midway between the bottom of the nose and
the bottom of the chin.
The face in
itself forms a square, of which the breadth is from one extremity of
the eyes to the other, and the height is from the top of the nose to
the bottom of the lower lip, and what is left over above and below
square has the height of a similar square.
The ear is
precisely as long as the nose.
The slit of
the mouth when seen in profile points to the angle of the jaw.
The length of
the ear should equal the distance from the bottom of the nose to the
top of eyelid.
between the eyes is equal to the size of one eye.
In profile the
ear is above the middle of the neck.
The foot from
the toe to the heel goes twice into the space from the heel to the
knee, that is to say where the bone of the leg is joined to that of
The hand as
far as where it unites with the bone of the arm goes four times into
the space from the tip of the longest finger to the joint of the
Every man in
the third year is half his height.
The leg as far
as its junction with the thigh is a quarter of the whole weight of
The man draws
more weight downwards than upwards, first because he gives more of
his weight out of his central line, then because he passes all his
foot from the central line; and thirdly he does not slip on his feet.
of the neck goes one and three quarter times from the eyebrow to the
nape of the neck.