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January 28, 1989 - Image 86

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1989-01-28

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Nv ill surely flatter any woman and the
gown she chooses to wear.
With the wide array of different
bridal designs on the market today, all
it takes is a little fashion savvy and
good taste to select the perfect strand
of pearls to suit a particular look.
For off-the-shoulder, scoop and
boat necklines, shorter strands of
pearls in single or multiple layers are
the key. For high and "V"neck styles,
long strands of pearls create a regal,
yet demure feeling.
just as a woman will consider the
style of gown when selecting the right
length of pearls for her, she should
also take into account what color
pearls go best with her skin and hair
tones.
Experts say that creamy pearls
with a golden overtone look best on
women with dark skin and dark hair.
Off white, cream colored pearls are
perfect on women with olive and fair
complexions and dark hair. And rose
or slightly pink-hued pearls are
smashing for those with fair
complexions and blonde or red hair.
When shopping for pearls, keep
in mind that lustre (the clarity of the
reflecting surface of the pearl) and
orient (the deep seated glow that
seems to come from within the heart
of the pearl) are two important factors
that influence price.



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While natural pearls are the most
expensive, they are also very rare.
Cultured pearls, which are also fine
jewelry, are considerably less
expensive.
The only difference between
cultured and natural pearls is that man
has given the oyster a helping hand
by surgically inserting an irritant into
the oyster rather than leaving it
to nature. Imitations are by far cheaper
than cultured or natural pearls,

According to Freddy Kohn,
president of the Cultured Pearl
Association of America, a marked
increase in cultured pearl sales across
the country over the past three years
has been directly related to a growing
appreciation for formal weddings in
the United States. H

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