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    Thank you for sharing the articles Jeremy, very interesting

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    These are definitely not mistakes! They are ultra-glamorous and a breeze to wear.

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    Those are glamorous, GemGeek!
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    Thank you! I love them. And even better, I already had matching earrings!
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    Whoa, GemGeek! Those pearls are fabulous! The colours and lustre are amazing!

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    Those are glorious.

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    Look at those intense colors!
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    Gemgeek- I am currently in talks w Pearl Paradise to get a multi colored freshwater strand such as yours. This is my first strand I've bought.

    Can I ask what quality, size, etc yours are? I am debating between the 35" and the 26". Freshadamas are out of my price range right now, but I want deep vibrant colors like yours.

    Thanks in advance

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    eclecticgrl, I am not GemGeek but if I'm not mistaken the pearls in her amazing rope are like these (that are showing as out of stock):

    https://www.pearlparadise.com/produc...pearl-necklace

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    Yes, Pearl Dreams is right. The other multicolor freshwater pearls will not be the same in terms of luster and color. You might want to wait and save up for the better pearls so you don't regret your purchase later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GemGeek View Post
    Yes, Pearl Dreams is right. The other multicolor freshwater pearls will not be the same in terms of luster and color. You might want to wait and save up for the better pearls so you don't regret your purchase later.
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    But if Freshadamas are out of price range, AAA metallic Edisons would be, too, I think....

    Saving up to get what one really wants is never a bad idea IMO.

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    Thank you. Are those metallic Edisons? I am new to this and trying to educate myself. I really like the deep colors

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    The metallic Edisons are indeed the ones with the deep colors. I borrowed this photo from another thread:

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    There are also non-bead nucleated freshwaters with great colors, but these are round because of the bead.

    If roundness is not very important to you, you can save money by looking for baroque multicolored freshwater pearls. Baroque is a common shape for freshwaters, and baroque pearls often have fantastic luster.

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    Thank you very much for all of the photos and information. I have been talking w them and they sent me some pictures today. They are not quite as dark as those, but the ones they selected for me are beautiful and I'm sure I will be happy with them. I will post pics when I get them.

    So glad I have this forum for information. This will be a great first strand. I will save my big first purchase for when I graduate nursing school and pass the NCLEX

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