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    Brenda Smith, a favorite of Pearl Guide members, returns to our Pearls of the Week with this stunning and artistic necklace seen at the JCK Show Design Center. Brenda's jewels are displayed in museums, but this incredible ...
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    Once you have been bitten by the non-nacreous natural pearl bug, there can't be too many photos to enjoy. These pearls are featured courtesy of Pacific Coast Pearls.

    Not just pink.


    Even green!


    The treasured ...
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    Marisa La Belle of Atelier Marisa has created fanciful, yet edgy insect jewelry to play up Tahitian pearls. This dramatic earring, featuring a trapiche emerald, has a lucky fly wandering away from a spider's web.
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    Despite their imperfections, these natural saltwater pearls from KC Bell have a luminous quality that captures the viewer. That is why natural pearls almost sell themselves. No one speaks as seductively as nacre!



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    I must share a video clip from Kojima Pearl Company/Pacific Pearls in Tucson this year. Sometimes things are so lovely that you must not keep them to yourself!

    First a photo.



    And the treasure... ...
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    Fresh from being seen at the Pearl Guide Ruckus, one of several special harvest strands made by a renowned South Sea pearl producer for PearlParadise.com.

    Harvest strands are rope necklaces made up ...
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    It's been long enough that it can be easy to forget that brightly colored soufflé and metallic pearls were once a rarity.

    Those wild colors and mirror shine come from this hybrid mussel.


    Souffle' pearls ...
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    Many of our members collect pearls, but only a few collect natural pearls. Member Metzler is one whose flawless taste and intellectual curiosity turns super-rare natural pearls into exquisite jewels. ...

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