Will You Marry Me? Find The Perfect Ring At Atlas Pearls

June 25, 2018

Will You Marry Me? 
Getting Engaged In Bali With The Perfect Ring From Atlas Pearls

Bali is a place of choice for young couples to get engaged. Many hotel General Managers have come across young men looking for the perfect place to ask ‘the big question’ during their stay in Bali.

Not only has Bali's bridal industry has grown exponentially in the last 10 years, but engagements happen very often.  One of the big questions’ important token of symbolism is the engagement ring. 

Where would one find such an important item?

Choose your perfect ring at the Atlas Pearls showroom in Seminyak and view the brand's beautiful collection yourself. Here in this exclusive venue, you will discover the world of South Sea Pearls: understand pearl culture and explore the pearls shapes, colours and shine. Atlas Pearls nurtures, creates and retails high-quality pearls and pearl products, which, through their formation, are inextricably linked to the well-being of surrounding communities and environments.

The pearl is associated with wealth, loyalty, faithfulness, and friendship. It is said to bring the wearer traits of modesty, chastity, and purity.

With every purchase of an illustrious pearl, you would also be indirectly supporting 900 local people and over 3000 local families who are working on Atlas Pearl’s five pearl farms in North Bali, Raja Ampat, Labuan Bajo in Flores and Alor, Lembata. These farms produce some of the world’s best silver and white South Sea pearls, nurtured by the loving hands of the dedicated staff at Atlas Pearls farms before being sold to the world's greatest jewellers at Palace Vendome in Paris, New York and London.

Come and choose your ideal engagement rings at the Atlas Pearls showroom in Seminyak at  Jl. Raya Seminyak no.73, Seminyak. For bookings and inquiries, please contact Atlas Pearls at  retailmarketing@cipindo.com or call +62 361 732 769.


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