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  • CortezPearls
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    WARNING:
    I would like to stress out that it is no longer the case. Agustus Collection is not a reliable vendor.
    Please check this very recent thread, hopefully to serve as a warning.

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  • MSC
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    Originally posted by Katbran View Post

    Cathy MSC - Stuller has a 17 x 14 gold oval pearl shortener that might work ..
    and they have a silver one very similar to Red's . Bail / pearl shortener
    Not really what I was wanting to know about, but thanks.

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  • juliebeth
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    Red, that necklace is a work of art! the tanzanite strung so perfectly, and the GSSP just wonderful!

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  • Katbran
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    Yep...that's pretty deep.. and not anywhere you'd want a pearl to end up

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  • Red
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    Originally posted by JerseyPearl View Post
    This response absolutely made my day!!! We so often save our jewelry for "special occasions"...what's more important (special) than proper sanitation? I wish you all the very best, and hope that your sewerage issues are behind you (so sorry for that pun...I know...)
    Ha, ha. Thank you, JerseyPearl. So far, so good. But I had to be careful that my pretty golden pearl didn't end up 8 feet under (here in the North, we bury our lines deep!). You can see the bottom edge of the concrete curb is a couple of feet above his head.

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    Thank you also, MSC, Sanippy, BWeaves, GemGeek, lary007, and Katbran.

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  • Katbran
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    Red - That's absolutely gorgeous !! And good for you, wearing it for the plumbers. Why not ?? I don't think it's too fancy pants !! It is stunning though !!

    Cathy MSC - Stuller has a 17 x 14 gold oval pearl shortener that might work ..
    and they have a silver one very similar to Red's . Bail / pearl shortener
    Last edited by Katbran; 05-13-2018, 04:12 AM.

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  • lary007
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    Red, that is spectacular! The color on the tanzanite is just perfection.

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  • GemGeek
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    Rapturous beauty! Love that color combo.

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  • BWeaves
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    WOWZA! The necklace, the drop, the findings. You have the coolest jewelers, Red.

    At first glance, I thought the tanzanite beads were lapis, and it gave me ideas for my Mom's lapis necklace. Except there's no way I can do with the lapis what your jeweler did with the tanzanite, because my beads are all the same size, but Wow, that's gorgeous.

    And ya know, I have some pearl shorteners that might work like that circle bail. Hum. Must go to the jewelry box and play.

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  • Sanippy
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    Wow your golden SSP is gorgeous. Love it paired with the tanzanite beads.

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  • MSC
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    Originally posted by Red View Post


    Battah - My jeweler had paper catalogs of Italian findings. I snapped a couple of photos for my own reference back in June, but I will check who exactly they are the next time I drop into the jewelry store.

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    I too would love to know the manufacturer of the findings...

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  • MSC
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    WOW what a gorgeous strand of beautiful beads! I love how they do a wave graduation. And the GSSP is a perfect combo and perfectly proportioned to the necklace. How large is the drop? That is a really cool loop mechanism. All in all very inspired!

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  • CathyKeshi
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    That is so perfect, Red ... thank you

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  • Red
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    Originally posted by JerseyPearl View Post
    Cathy, it looks like the one end is slightly rounded...assuming the receiving side is concave.
    I think that's right. It snaps into place tightly.

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  • JerseyPearl
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    Cathy, it looks like the one end is slightly rounded...assuming the receiving side is concave.

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