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    There is an expression that has been repeated many times on Pearl Guide over the years: "Pearl Shrinkage Syndrome". Basically, you get used to larger pearls and over time they seem smaller. This is exacerbated by the continual ...
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    Dan Telleen of Karats Vail created this lovely natural abalone pearl hat for Pacific Coast Pearls. Talk about one of a kind!



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    Alishan Halebian is an asthetic master and it shows in these fabulous designs. First is a luscious pendant with texture and diamonds--perfect for setting off a radiant blue abalone pearl.



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    Can I say that I heard music when I first spied this little h pearl? Yes!
    "When I fall in love, it will be forever..." I'm hearing Nat King Cole singing in my head.



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    Baroque pearls inspire Avi Raz of A&Z Pearls to create whimsical jewels. This pearl is a wonderful example of iridescence and orient. In fact, it is hard to envision it being anything but a fish once ...
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    This remarkable opal ring comes from Hammerman Brothers of New York City. The pearl halo is reminiscent of the antique style of adorning jewels with pearls. I hope this is the beginning of a trend!
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    Liza Urla takes pearls to new heights with her faux pearl headdress, seen in the press lounge at The JCK Las,Vegas show. Liza is the founder of, and blogger for, Gemologue.

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    It wasn't so very long ago that carving of pearls was considered scandalous. Galatea's lovely gem nucleated pearls were, at first, as shocking as they were beautiful. The idea of stripping away nacre was definitely not mainstream then, and while ...

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