The Joy collection embodies a sense of nostalgia for Dansk - a time when we were less distracted by digital noise and free of anxiety. It transports us to an era where a simpler way of life was celebrated.
Introducing our design collection JOY, made from lovely, rare pearls and mixed with Cubic Zirkonias. The material is of course waterproof and
made of hypo-allergenic stainless steel.
JOY contains beautiful freshwater pearls and lots of Cubic Zirconias which makes the jewellery completely unique and personal - a timeless beauty.
But why are pearls so rare? Read more below.
A Pearl is born
Pearls are one of the most wanted, oldest and most spectacular gemstones in the world. They have been used as adornments for centuries and are a huge trend today.
Pearls are formed differently to most gemstones, as they’re an organic creation which is found in the sea.
Pearls are concretions of shell material formed inside the tissue of molluscs. They come from shellfish, whose characteristic feature is a soft body that is protected by a shell – for example oysters and mussels.
Pearls come in all shapes, sizes, and colors and has proven itself to be remarkably versatile when it comes to jewellery and has a fascinating history.
Nice to know about pearls 💎
While pearls may appear hard and shiny, the surface of a pearl is actually quite porous. The best care you can give them is to wear them. The skin’s moisture is absorbed by the pearls, which helps to maintain the freshwater pearls natural moisture and shine.
After every wear, wipe your pearls with a soft cloth.
Last on, first off.
Store them flat
Wear your pearls often.
If pearls are not worn every four months or so, they can dry out and become dull and yellowed.