By Brecken Branstrator
This X ring features a 9 to 9.5 mm high luster Akoya pearl, accented with 0.24 carats of diamonds and set in 14-karat yellow gold ($1,725).

A player in the pearl industry for more than 100 years, Imperial Pearl continues to bring new and innovative designs into the fold. 

This year, the brand enjoyed a successful venture into rose gold, matching the metal with its natural pink Windsor pearls in modern and fresh settings.

Imperial’s latest designs also are on-trend: front-back pearl studs, Y necklaces and more, proving that pearls can be the perfect fit for today’s consumers. 

Along with its newest styles, the brand just unveiled a new lifestyle campaign for 2016 featuring Miss Universe Olivia Culpo wearing its jewelry. The brand’s retail partners can use the images for marketing. 

Click through this slideshow to see 10 of the newest designs from Imperial Pearl. All prices listed are retail. 

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