Pearl Jewellery

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Polaris

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The Jaeger‑LeCoultre Polaris collection draws its inspiration from the Memovox Polaris of 1968, an icon of the Grande Maison....Read more

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Reverso

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The Jaeger-LeCoultre Manufacture. Since its creation, Jaeger-LeCoultre has made precision an art form in its own right, balanci...Read more

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Rendez-Vous

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The current Jaeger-LeCoultre Rendez-Vous collection is not a new design but rather a reinvention of an older model. Typically, ...Read more

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Master Collection

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Jaeger LeCoultre’s Master Collection covers their Master models, Master Ultra Thin variant and also their grand Tradition fam...Read more

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Atmos

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Jaeger-LeCoultre’s mighty Atmos clock was devised in 1928. Uniquely capturing a concoction of gases within a chamber behind t...Read more

Before diamonds became the go to gemstone in terms of value and stature, Pearls very much held this title. Initially, Pearls were considered precious as they were discovered within certain molluscs where an irritant had caused build up of nacre into a perfect sphere. These pearls had to be dived for and thus equated to finding sunken treasure. Today, the majority of pearls are farmed Cultured Pearls where the irritant is artificially introduced into the mollusc to farm the pearls in due course. Freshwater Pearls are also farmed but are cheaper as the actual final pearl is not perfectly spherical like Cultured Pearls. South Sea pearls are famed for their size while Tahitian Pearls are respectively lauded for both their size and their intense grey green colouring. Pearls are recognised as the birthstone for June and gemstone for 3rd & Thirtieth wedding anniversaries. Ultimately, as natural creations, Pearls are porous so must be explicitly kept away from water and perfumes as especially the latter can decay the Pearl. New Cavendish Jewellers are specialists in Pearl Jewellery offering a solid range of Pearl strings, Pearl studs, Pearl Pendants & Pearl earrings using Cultured Pearls, Freshwater Pearls, South Sea Pearls and Tahitian Pearls all set in precious metals. Browse online or visit us in-store to discover our sensational collection of Pearl Jewellery.