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  • #61
    I can actually see some of the pearls flashing their "hammering" (mottling) and this is something I love on pearls...like opalescent pearls
    Douglas McLaurin-Moreno
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    • #62
      I liked them when I got them, and then I fell in love with them. Each pearl in the bracelet has its own character. I didn’t know what to call those marks before. Every time I read a post here I learn something! You are very generous with your time and knowledge, Douglas, and I appreciate it so much. I know we all do.

      I found better photos of this bracelet that I took in late 2019. I also found the vendor photo, with my pearls being half of the strand pictured. I can recognize many the individual pearls that I received by the colors and shapes and other distinctive features. I love this about them.

      The thread in this bracelet has has stretched a lot! Time to get knotting!

      Originally posted by CortezPearls View Post
      I can actually see some of the pearls flashing their "hammering" (mottling) and this is something I love on pearls...like opalescent pearls

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      • #63
        I just went though and read this entire thread and you have some beauties, multichrome! I have some tahitians from wen too and love them.

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        • #64
          That tahitian bracelet is gorgeous. What did you do with the rest of the pearls?

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          • #65
            Originally posted by Charlotta View Post
            That tahitian bracelet is gorgeous. What did you do with the rest of the pearls?
            I bought only half the strand, so that is almost all of them. They were the first I ever bought. At first I saw too many “blemishes,” because I didn’t have much experience with Tahitian pearls, but now I see so much beauty and individuality in them. I’m wearing them now. They feel kind of powerful and comforting on the arm.

            lary, thank you for your kind words. I’ve been very happy with wen’s pearls. As you know, you get what you see in the listing, and the photos are so accurate. And the prices cannot be beat.

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