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    Pearl Journalist Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert GemGeek's Avatar
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    Default Late Pearls of the Week - Amazing Jewelry Theater

    I had a heck of a time posting with my cellphone last weekend and forgot to make a separate post to trigger the new posts function. BUT, this jewelry website is not to be missed. This photo is monochromatic, but most of their jewelry is a fantasy of color and you will not be disappointed if you spend some time cruising their gallery. The website link is in the POTW article.

    http://www.pearl-guide.com/forum/con...ellery-Theater

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    Blaire,

    Thanks so much for posting this! I looked for it; then checked out the website anyway. Absolutely terrific, especially since I so enjoy colored stones over diamonds.
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    I found my way there too Blaire, and it's GLORIOUS! Like Pattye, I don't mind a few diamond accents, but much prefer colored stones ... and pearls ... and mixed together, oh, my (I wish LOL)! I did get one little brilliantly simple and inexpensive solution idea for a jewelry puzzle from that site, so double thanks!
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    I really liked the ring that looked like a peach!

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    This is one way to get me to eat my veggies! These are stunning.

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    They couldn't have been more accommodating, but they didn't have any of the more spectacular pearl pieces at the show. But the pieces they did have were little treasures. Who wouldn't like to have a pea pod pendant with South Sea pearls?
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    So many amazing pieces, thanks for sharing!

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    Absolutely amazing colours! Truly remarkable! I'm saving this web site to wander through when I need a complete distraction !! Thanks for posting this !!!

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    This is my favorite piece, in the Fairy Tales collection (no pearls, however):

    http://www.jewellerytheatre.com/en/c...0-YBF1367.html
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl Dreams View Post
    This is my favorite piece, in the Fairy Tales collection (no pearls, however):

    http://www.jewellerytheatre.com/en/c...0-YBF1367.html
    Pearl Dreams, that is really a serious ring! I love the colors and cannot imagine how long it took someone to set all of those stones!

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    Just gorgeous!
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    Quote Originally Posted by JerseyPearl View Post
    This is one way to get me to eat my veggies! These are stunning.
    Hehehe, I'll take pearl peas in a pod on my plate any day!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl Dreams View Post
    This is my favorite piece, in the Fairy Tales collection (no pearls, however):

    http://www.jewellerytheatre.com/en/c...0-YBF1367.html
    I have a ring sliiiiiightly similar to this Fairy Tales ring, not nearly as glorious but reminds me of it.
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    BTW Pearl Dreams, I'm sure you saw that there's an entire collection dedicated to your name!

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    Um Purranha, sliiiiiiightly????? Not as glorious????? That is a stunning ring! Please do give details on the stones/metal. Is this something you picked up in Asia?

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    JerseyPearl! haha aww thank you - you are very sweet. Yes this ring is from one of my mom's jewelers in Taipei. I posted some of her pieces in the Taipei Jewelry thread. To be honest, aside from pearls, it is hard for me to buy jewelries here in the US... I just get much better selections at much better pricing in Taiwan.

    This ring is actually "inspired" by a Dior design (but of course at fraction of the cost ). Main stone is facetted amethyst, and the surrounding stones are multi-color sapphires with a teensy bit of rubies & emeralds. I think metal is blackened white gold (or rhodium plated whatever the process is to make metals look more vintage). Posting more pics here, but please excuse the embarrassing bandaid resizer - my fingers are tiny and you can't quite resize rings like these (with designs built through the shaft of the ring).

    One year, I kidnapped Dior Amethyst home and didn't tell my mom until I landed in NYC. I was like oops mommy, I didn't realize I was still wearing the ring until after I boarded the plane! Hmm right...

    My mom subsequently acquired a sibling ring in Prehnite cab, which I subsequently also kidnapped a few years later. So now I have both. I find the Amethyst to be more wintery and the Prehnite to be more summery.

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    I know they are huuuuge on my fingers, but I love these 2 rings to death! Even though they are not transformers, I guess they are kinda multi-purpose - jewelry + weapon lol.

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