While pearls are the ultimate symbol of timeless elegance, they haven’t been considered trendy until recently. No longer old or my mothers' style jewelry of the past, pearls are coming back into fashion in a big way, thanks to the influence of celebrities like Sonam Kapoor, Deepika Padukone, Shilpa Shetty and Rani Mukherjee, who pair pearls with sophisticated attire to create a modern, classic look.

Sonam Kapoor looking Chic in a Modern Pearl and Gold Choker Set Deepika Padukone Looking Absolutely Stunning in Fusion Pearl Jewelry with Uncut Diamonds Shilpa Shetty Wears Temple Jewelry Necklace Set with Pearls Giving it a New, Spohisticated Look Rani Mukherjee Redefining Elegance in Traditional 9-Stone Pendant with Pearls. Kiran Kher Adorns the Traditional Pearl Guttapusalu

Pearls are having a fashion moment now, but definitely not as your traditional strand or even a stud earring look- Today, the millennials or the younger generation who with their casual lifestyle and heightened consumer consciousness are looking to buy jewelry which tells a story- Where it came from? How is it made? Is it environmentally safe?  How will the jewelry suit my personal statement? These younger folks, clearly prefer modern pearl jewelry for a more chic and unique look. Pearls luckily are an environmentally-sustaining gem and hold that modern appeal to blend with traditional pieces to give it a more trendy look. For all these reasons, pearls have come become immensely popular in Indian temple jewellery, uncut diamond necklaces, 22K antique necklace sets, earrings, pendants, rings & more! 

Pearls are universally flattering. They can be found in little mollusks under the sea. Unlike gemstones produced deep inside the Earth, pearls are created by living creatures called mollusks. Any mollusk that produces a shell can produce a pearl. However, naturally occurring pearls are rare, but the cultured pearl industry, which has flourished since the early 20th century, has developed techniques to greatly improve these odds. Indeed, more pearls are produced now than at any time in human history. In fact, the overall cultured pearl market could exceed $16.8 billion worldwide by 2022, according to Research and Markets.

Pearls are back and it's the most precious trend at the moment. Jewelers are displaying creativity by incorporating South Sea or Japanese Cultured pearls with divine temple jewelry or traditional uncut diamond and antique jewelry to give it a more contemporary and radiant look for the modern woman. At Totaram Jewelers, our designers are mixing pearls with different gemstones, beads, shapes and colors to explore and inter-mix pearls to create totally new expressions.

Here, let's take a peek at our carefully curated pearl jewelry keeping in mind the modern woman’s evolving style, needs and demands. (Click on any image for more details.)

The Contemporary Pearl Fusion with Temple Jewelry-

Jewelers are trying hard to make pearls relevant today, and are coming with fresh jewelry designs and pairing it creatively with temple jewelry to give it more of an edgy and contemporary look.

22K Gold Choker Necklace with Pearls Trendy Temple Jewelry Jhumkis with Pearls 22K Temple Jewelry Pendant Earring Set with Pearls 22K Temple Jewelry Necklace with Pearls

Long Necklaces Temple, Uncut Diamond and Antique Jewelry-

Here we have unique necklace pieces each paired with pearls in a distinct style to bring out it's ethnic and regal look. 

22K Long Antique Pendant Necklace Strung in Pearls Temple Jewelry Necklace with Pearls Uncut Diamond Pearl Necklace 22K Guttapulau Necklace with Pearl Clusters

Trendy Pearl Earrings, Bangles & Pendants-

The natural beauty, luster and uniqueness of pearls in these jewelry pieces gives it a new, radiant look which is extremely refreshing.

22k  Trendy Jhumkis with Pearls Uncut Diamond Ear Hanging with Pearl Clusters Gorgeous Pearl Bangles with Gemstones in 22K Gold 22K Temple jewelry Pendant with Pearls