black friday majorica

There are two dates that you should have in your diary if you’re a self-confessed shopaholic – Black Friday and Cyber Monday.

It’s been a tough year for everyone, all around the world, and with Christmas just around the corner, we are all looking for a more affordable way to buy presents for our loved ones this year. So, it’s safe to say that Black Friday can’t come quickly enough!

And this year, Majorica is joining in on the Black Friday madness! We will be offering a selection of our highest-class, most premium products at Black Friday prices. Read on to discover how you can unlock these deals and to pick up some exclusive tips for finding the best sales and discounts this festive season.

Our Selection You Can’t Miss

Luxuriance and opulence are all things that are associated with Majorica, but this doesn’t mean that we are adverse to a saving or two.

Black Friday at Majorica means buying the highest-grade organic handmade pearl jewellery, at a discounted price – it’s fair to say that it’s an event which you don’t want to miss out on.

And this year our Black Friday savings apply to a huge number of stunning pearl jewellery pieces, including rings, necklaces, earrings, and bracelets, so we wouldn’t blame you for being overwhelmed by all of the different options – you truly are spoiled for choice.

To make your decision-making a little easier, we have compiled a list of our favourite jewellery pieces which are in our Black Friday collection.

Our Black Friday Highlights

Pendant Rosa with Zircons

Pendant Rosa with Zircons

As one of Majorica’s finest necklaces, the Rosa truly is the Christmas gift which deserves a place on everyone’s list.

This elegant take on the traditional pearl necklace features two 5mm Majorica pearls, with an organic handmade Majorica pear-shaped pearl daintily hanging from the bottom of the necklace. 

Sofia Ring

sofia pearl ring

As one of Majorica’s most iconic jewellery pieces, the Sofia Ring is a real eye-catcher. Featuring an impressive 12mm Majorica pearl, in addition to a stunning Zirconia band, the ring radiates opulent light. A true Christmas special.

Find the above products and many, many more.

With over 100 years of experience manufacturing only the finest handmade pearl jewellery, you are in safe hands with Majorica. We have a diverse selection of unique jewellery pieces, to suit everyone’s tastes and budgets, and with a 10-year warranty on each piece and free delivery on all orders over €60, quality and care comes as a given.

Whatever the occasion – say it with Majorica pearls.

What is Black Friday?

Black Friday is a tradition that spans hundreds of different industries and has grown over time to such an extent that most companies, whether they specialise in selling products or services, embrace the tradition and offer exclusive offers to promote their business.

Who wouldn’t want to save money on the products that you have always dreamed of buying, whether for yourself or a loved one?!

Where did the Black Friday tradition come from?

Well, the name actually dates all the way back to 1869, referring to an event that was an awful lot less fun than the pre-Christmas shopping that we now associate the name with. On the 24th of September 1869, there was a devastating financial crash in the U.S. due to the crash of the U.S. gold market.

It was all down to two greedy financiers named Jay Gould and Jim Fisk, who collaborated on buying as much of the country’s gold as they could, digging deep into their alarmingly large pockets to drive the cost of gold up so high that they could sell their collection for unheard of profits.

It shook the entire nation and the U.S. stock market nose-dived, sending everyone from high-earning CEOs to humble farmers into bankruptcy. Naturally, this was a dark, dark day in American history, hence its adopted name of Black Friday.

It wasn’t until the 1950s that the name became relevant to the shopping industry. It was first used in this context by police in Philidelphia, who used the term to describe the chaos of the day after Thanksgiving, with huge crowds of people assembled in the city centre to get their shopping done.

Initially, the name garnered a negative reputation, due to the negative implications of this rush of shoppers, one of which was the unfortunate rise in shoplifting. Many shops decided to capitalise on the occasion, putting on annual sales on the last Friday of November, deterring shoplifters and bringing in unprecedented revenue that made Black Friday a period of financial growth, rather than the loss it had signified back in 1869.

Nowadays, Black Friday marks the beginning of the festive season!

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