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About Erwin Pearl

With a name like Pearl, it's no surprise that Erwin Pearl made a name for himself as a jeweler and costume jewelry designer. Born in Austria, Pearl founded Erwin Pearl as a fine jewelry firm in 1957. He quickly became one of the top diamond cutters in the world, and by 1970 had tried his hand at designing his own pieces. Today, Erwin Pearl’s costume jewelry collection includes everything from sterling silver and turquoise locket necklaces and pearl earrings to “adorable pooch” pins, glittering watches and French enamel rings. Erwin Pearl’s wares have appeared in <i>InStyle</i> and many other fashion magazines.

Past Sales Featuring Erwin Pearl

Sale Ended December 30, 2011

Fashion Jewelry: Last Chance Deals

Entangled strand necklaces. Octagonal bangles. Sets of 36 colorful bangles. The finds in this jewelry selection are as bold as they are eclectic. Shop some of your favorite designers, from Amrita Singh to Belargo, and act fast — this is your last chance to snag these pieces.

Sale Ended August 02, 2011

Jewelry by Erwin Pearl

It may come as a surprise that there are no pearls to be found in a selection from costume jewelry designer Erwin Pearl—but you'll love this array just the same. Add an understated touch of glam with the chandelier earrings or turquoise pendants. Or reach for the exotic in the selection of tiger's eye necklaces, from refined single strands to three-strand styles.

Sale Ended July 08, 2013

Last Chance: Watches & Jewelry Finds

Looking for a distinctive accent to set you apart from the crowd? You're in luck, because every item here is one of the last of its kind. You’ll find crystal and rose gold bracelets, fringe pendant necklaces, black onyx drop earrings, and much more. But get your trigger finger ready — all of these coveted pieces are sure to go quickly!

Sale Ended November 24, 2012

Perfect Outfit: The Stud Earring

Since chilly weather has arrived, you’re no doubt craving simple, polished looks for jetting around town in style. Luckily, we have this season’s uniform down to a science: Throw a vintage-inspired cape over a luxe turtleneck and slim-fitting pants, pull on a pair of runaround shoes, and finish it off with oversize shades and dazzling studs. A flawless winter look, indeed!