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  • #76
    Pearls were rarely knotted back then, it’s only in the last few decades that it has become the standard style of stringing.

    People lived different lifestyles to what we see today, and the pearls themselves have become bigger and heavier.

    For the Agatha Christie fans what a fantastic find- was a few years ago but still sticks in my memory.
    https://www.bbc.com/news/uk-england-sussex-29537814
    https://www.beaderssecret.com
    https://www.etsy.com/shop/BeadersSecret

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    • #77
      wow! That is an interesting story in itself! Never heard of this missing "treasure trunk" of hers. She was full of mistery!
      Douglas McLaurin-Moreno
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      • #78
        BeadersSecret , thank you for that link. Love treasure chests. Not that I found anyone yet.

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        • #79
          Another interesting story!

          Did you even hear about the Cartier Building in NYC and its relationship with pearls ??? I did! But it was not as elaborate a story as this one:
          Cartier Building—A Pearl of Fifth Avenue – PortableNYC – New York history, architecture and secrets (portablenycblog.com)

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