As you’ve been perusing the trays of beads at the shop, you may have noticed that we have a huge variety of pearls to choose from. One of our most popular shapes when it comes to pearls is Baroque. Read on to find out what makes Baroque Pearls so special.
Let’s dive deeper into the world of pearls!

What is Baroque?

Baroque is used to describe a period of lavish art, architecture, and music that was popular in Europe during the 17th and 18th centuries. The word actually comes from a Portuguese term for a pearl with an irregular shape, which is barocco. It also has similar origins in Spanish and Italian.

Pearls are considered Baroque when they have an unconventional shape, rather than traditional pearls which are spherical. No two baroque pearls are the same, making them ideal for a unique piece of jewelry.

Pair your Pearls

Baroque Pearls are sure to shine next to mystic moonstone beads, pictured above.  Some pearls can also compliment the cool colors of labradorite. Depending on the style you are going for, we’ll definitely have something to pair with your pearls.

Use the various colors and shapes of Baroque pearls to match them up with a gemstone of your choosing. Or, take advantage of the mix & match trend we are seeing in many pairs of earrings. Come by to check out the different shapes, sizes, and colors of pearls we have in stock right now!

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