Wednesday, March 10, 2010

Pearls, Pearls and more Pearls

Pearls, tons of beautiful freshwater pearl jewelry! My better half - Adele is the rep for a pearl manufacturing company and aside from wholesaling them to retail stores she decided we should sell them online too. Yep, I'm now in biz with my honey. So, we took some photo's, made a site and here the are.

Our site, Pearls by Fox specializes in Freshwater 8mm 60" strands of rope pearls, keshi, coin and stick pearls. We have necklace and bracelet and earring sets. Prices range from $80 to $165. Later this summer we will offer Akoya, Tahitian and South Sea pearls too! As a guy, jewelry has never interested me... but for some reason, I am falling for pearls. I think it is because of their individual character.. .the colors, shapes, sizes, weight and the way they feel. Regardless, please enjoy. And if you want any, Adele's email is at the bottom of the page.

Gorgeous stick pearls. We have them in white, pink, green, black, silver, gray, beige, light brown and bronze. The pink pearls are amazing.

An elegant 60" rope of 8mm White, Black and Gray pearls. Note the luster and deep sheen. Stunning. $165

This 18" iridescent white coin pearl necklace, bracelet and earring set is $145... the necklace alone is $85. More pictures here.

This 18" large stick pearl necklace, bracelet and earring set is $155... and if you only want the necklace, it is $85.

A fabulous 60" 8mm black pearl necklace. Comes with a sterling silver clasp and jewelry bag.

This Keshi pearl necklace set would be stunning on a bride for a beach wedding. Note the delicious textures, faint opaque hues and the deep luster. $205 for the set.

Need one or two pearl necklaces? Email - pearlsbyfox (at) yahoo (dot) com

To see all of our cultured freshwater pearls, visit us at Pearls by Fox . See the free shipping details.


La Maison Fou said...

Nice. JC.....
So glad to see you are back in the loop!

Jeannine @ Small and Chic said...

The timing of this post is amazing. I have been searching for a necklace similar to one a colleague's mother had made from pearls she bought in Indonesia. I thought they were keshi, but they are actually coin shaped. Thanks for this information and the link!

Karena said...

Ooh, so beautiful. I love all pearls. I would love to interview her for my site!!

Art by Karena