Why You Might Want a Pearl Engagement Ring

Pearl engagement rings are a great option for people with unique personalities. According to Brides, there are four popular pearl options, one of which is the freshwater pearl. They are often less expensive than other options, they come from freshwater bodies, and they come in different styles. Other choices include Akoya pearls, which have a beautiful shiny appearance, South Sea pearls which usually come from Australia, the Philippines or Indonesia, and Tahitian pearls, which are darker and more dramatic than traditional white pearls.

If you’re on the hunt for an elegant freshwater engagement ring for your partner, Tiffany & Co sells the stunning Paloma Picasso Olive Branch-inspired Olive Tree Bead Ring for around less than $600. Another breathtaking and timeless pearl option is the Mikimoto White Gold Akoya Pearl and Diamond Ring. Available from JR Dunn for around $2,500, this ring will perfectly complement any outfit your partner has, including their wedding dress!

Anyone willing to splurge on a bolder choice should consider the 18k White Gold South Sea Pearl and Diamond Ring. This stunning engagement ring is available at Geoffrey’s Diamonds & Goldsmith for less than $5,200 and is sure to turn heads. Finally, if you’re looking for a unique and daring engagement ring, the classic 14k white gold and black green Tahitian pearl ring is on sale at American Pearl and has a flowery look with a darker twist.