As we enter into the month of June, we celebrate one of the most fascinating gemstones to grace the world of jewelry, pearls. Saltwater pearl expert HELAS has launched a rare promotion in early June, aiming to let beauty lovers have their own exquisite seawater pearls.
And now, the June’s Pearl Carnival has entered the countdown to the end. Maybe your destined pearl jewelry is still waiting for you.
June is pearl season. Have you ever heard of the legend of June and the Pearl?
According to ancient Greek mythology, pearls were created by the goddess Aphrodite, who was known as the goddess of love and beauty. One day, while she was walking along the shores of the Aegean Sea, she saw a beautiful rainbow shimmering in the water. She was so captivated by its beauty that she dove into the sea to get a closer look.
As she swam deeper, she came upon a bed of oysters, and as she watched them open and close their shells, she was struck by their delicate beauty. Inspired by their elegance, she decided to give them a gift - a radiant light that would glow within them forever.
So she touched each oyster gently with her wand, and inside each one, a tiny light began to shine. These lights grew brighter and brighter until they burst forth from the shells, forming beautiful pearls.
Aphrodite was delighted with her creation and decided to give the pearls to her daughter, Eros, as a symbol of her love. She placed them in a golden box and presented them to Eros on the first day of June, the month of love and marriage.
From that day on, the month of June became associated with pearls, and it was believed that wearing a pearl during this month would bring good luck and happiness in matters of the heart. It was also believed that pearls could strengthen relationships and promote fidelity and loyalty between lovers.
The legend of Aphrodite and the pearls has been passed down through the ages, and pearls continue to be popular gemstones associated with love, beauty, and purity. Whether worn as a beautiful piece of jewelry or given as a gift to a loved one, pearls remain a timeless symbol of romance and devotion.
In addition to their romantic associations, pearls also have deep spiritual significance in many cultures. In ancient Chinese mythology, for example, pearls were believed to symbolize the moon and were associated with immortality and enlightenment. In Hinduism, pearls were seen as a symbol of purity and wisdom, and were often worn by spiritual leaders and seekers.
In the Western world, pearls have traditionally been associated with innocence and virtue, and have been worn by brides on their wedding day as a symbol of purity and fidelity. Today, pearls continue to be popular in bridal jewelry and are also used in a variety of other pieces, including necklaces, bracelets, earrings, and brooches.
Overall, the legend of Aphrodite and the pearls is a testament to the enduring power of love and beauty, and the way that these qualities can inspire us to create something truly timeless and exquisite.
HELAS jewelry is a brand that started with professional saltwater pearls. We are committed to helping the predestined pearl-loving and beautiful-looking people find their destined saltwater pearls in the happy month of June. So, let's take a look.