Press & our pearls

July 05, 2019

Country & Town House August 2019

Our Petite Diamond Huggies with Pearl Drops have been featured in the August issue of Country & Town House. 


June 10, 2019

May 14, 2019

Vogue 2019

Our Freshwater Baroque Shape Pearl Earrings have been featured in the June issue of Vogue. 

May 13, 2019

March 29, 2019

Tatler May 2019

Our Ostrich Feather with Pearl Collar and Long Freshwater Pearl Necklace have been featured in the May Tatler Magazine.

March 08, 2019

Country & Town House

Our Baroque Shape Large Freshwater Pearl Earrings have been featured in the March Country & Town House Magazine.

December 04, 2018

Financial Times How to Spend it

"Chrissie Coleman Douglas of Coleman Douglas Pearls celebrates her 30th anniversary with colour; appropriately, as it was her use of coloured pearls that disrupted the deeply traditional pearl market in 1989. This Christmas her celebratory collection called It’s a Long Story features double-drop pearl earrings (£199) and long strands, including a lariat (£714) of copper-coloured pearls with citrines, along with the brand’s signature, a crossover body ornament (£3,442)."

February 08, 2018


Vogue March 2018

"First, I look at the skin under a client's wrist," explains pearl expert Chrissie Coleman Douglas, turning over my hand under the natural light shining into her Beauchamp place store, where I've come to have my skin tone matched with pearls. It's an intuitive science; she credits her artist parents with giving her a heightened sense of colour.

"I might twin a pearl with eye colour, or be influenced by a lip undertone or skin pigmentation," she continues, "but never hair colour, because that can change." Darker skin, she says, looks a million dollars against strong gold, whereas dark grey or warm pink is phenomenal with pale complexions - "but only if she has brown eyes ." She promises that when you place the right pearl next to your face, it's the equivalent of turning on the light in a room. Pearls, though, are not for jewellery show-offs. "The point isn't for the jewellery to stand out," Coleman Douglas tells me, "but to attract attention to the wearer's face." Carol Woolton from Vogue 2018 interview with Chrissie Douglas.

November 14, 2017

Tahitian Pearl Necklace › Vogue ›


Vogue December 2017

Our Tahitian Pearl Necklace has been featured in the December issue of Vogue. 


On The Rocks

On The Rocks

Our freshwater pearl bodychain has been featured in the Autumn Winter issue of On The Rocks

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Monday – Saturday: 11 am – 7pm