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  • BW--that s a great pendant! Love the druzy and it is so artistic.

    Sanippy--true blues are so rare and that one is absolutely spectacular!!

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    • I have been working on this awhile. These are 2-3mm rainbow sapphires with Chinese iridescent FWP (from Kongs Pearls). The fun part was finding pearls that had color overtones to blend with the sapphires. I made it 40" and claspless so I could double it over my head and could rotate any which way.Click image for larger version

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      • that's beautiful, pearly-Whites!

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        • How lovely, Pearly-Whites! I can see how that would be fun to make. You may have mentioned this elsewhere; where did you get the rainbow sapphires?

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          • I've missed the last few days and just catching up sanippy, PW, Kalmen, BW posts - so many lovely pearls!

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            • Very unique pendant and perfect for hot sweaty days, BW!

              Sanippy, the classic pearl looks great on you!

              PW, very colorful and fun necklace. I bet you wear it often!

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              • BN-I ordered them on Ebay from a top rated dealer from India. It arrived promptly via DHL.

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                • Thank you cicadalady, pareltje, BWeaves, PW, SunSeeker and amti!

                  PW - WOW! I love this piece! Stunning!

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                  • PearlyWhites, WELL DONE! I love how this turned out. I just adore working with tiny gemstones and pearls...so much fun, and so very easy to wear!. I love the placement of the pearls, and are those random gold beads covers for your crimps?
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                    • Well that's fun and colourful !! It looks great !! Yes I was going to ask if they are crimp covers.

                      JP I've seen a gold bead at the end of your gemstone necklaces, do you use the round crimp covers or is it to hide a thread knot .. do you not use wire at all? I always used fine wire with the fine beads as I was worried about them cutting through thread .. though Power Pro would probably be ok ..
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                      • Stunning necklace, PearlyWhites.

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                        • Gorgeous PW!

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                          • PW, that is stunning.

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                            • There are just some random gold and silver beads here and there. No crimping as rather than using bead wire, I strung this one on Power Pro and knotted and glued the end. It has no clasp. Once again, my photography doesn't capture the colors. I am also finding that I like random placement, rather than symmetrical and even distribution of the pearls. I just find it more interesting.

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                              • little h emerald and soufflé' pendant on a pistachio akoya necklace from PP. My reborn pearl earrings work well with the pendant.

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