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If diamonds are a girl’s best friend they better watch out because pearls are making waves this season. You won’t have to go diving in Tahiti to gather these multi-colored gems. Find an ocean of elegant, timeless pieces at your local jeweler.

1. Surrounded by a halo of diamonds this 10.5mm pearl is set in 14k white gold. Try it on for size at Armentor Jewelers, 1921 Kaliste Saloom Rd., Lafayette. 337-534-8529. armentorjewelers.com

2. Make a statement with this 10 millimeter black Tahitian pearl necklace attached with a 14k white gold clasp. Armentor Jewelers, 1921 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette. 337-534-8529. armentorjewelers.com

3. Ranging in size of 9 to 11 millimeter this multi-colored strand of South Sea Cultured Baroque pearls are a pearl aficionado’s dream. Armentor Jewelers, 1921 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette. 337-534-8529. armentorjewelers.com

4. This 52 pearl strand features a perfect mix of round pastels. Get this cultured beauty or any other custom piece at Dianna Rae Jewelry, 500 Settlers Trace Blvd., Ste. 1, Lafayette. 337-706-7316. diannaraejewelry.com

5. This “Diamond in a Pearl” ring by Galatea symbolizes the grain of sand swallowed by an oyster which when covered in nacre creates the pearl. Available at Armentor Jewelers, 1921 Kaliste Saloom Road, Lafayette. 337-534-8529. armentorjewelers.com

6. Pretty in peach, this 18-inch strand of oval freshwater pearls is secured with a 14k yellow gold clasp. Dianna Rae Jewelry, 500 Settlers Trace Blvd., Ste. 1, Lafayette. 337-706-7316. diannaraejewelry.com

 

 

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