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  • Ha! I’ll get right on it, then!

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    • Jeg, just layer as many necklaces as possible like Marco Bicego or J Hunter Keshi Rain collection - if I'm not mistaken about how it's called.
      I'm sure they'll look pretty on you.

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      • JEG: I LOVE the Tahitian keshi tin cup necklaces. Drooooool!

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        • Thanks Pareltje and BWeaves! Yes, the rain collection! I definitely need to make at least a couple more strands to wrap up higher on the neck!

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          • I just love layered small necklaces. You really have a great example of how to properly wear them. I'd love to see some gemstones incorporated into your layered look...maybe a strand of 2mm beads with a pearl pendant, or even some larger beads with different shapes.
            http://www.oceanscovejewelry.com
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            • Jersey Pearl, I am not too much of a colored gemstone person, so I unfortunately can’t think of anything I have off the top of my head that would suit the look you have in mind.

              SS pearl and apatite necklace from Maui- too big...
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              Fiji keshi pendant- not bad...
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              Back to plain layers, but doubled one around my neck- working on the two dozen layers...
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              • JEG, It all Looks good to me.

                It's been cold here in Florida these last few days, so I could layer on the pearls and tweed.

                10 mm pale Blue baroque akoyas linked with multicolored near round Tahitians from PP, to make a rope. 9 mm B&W Tahitian studs from Kamoka. Mom's heart shaped cameo.

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                Princess mode. Double strand of 8 mm Freshadamas with Nana's clasp in back this time. Drops from Kojima on my diamond huggies.

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                And today, my 8 mm natural white Hanada rope from PP, with my Mom's 9 mm akoya choker, and the PP 9 mm white baroque akoyas in the middle. Mikimoto white gold huggies (6.5 mm). This look satisfies my desire for a 100 inch rope. I actually like it better than a long rope because everything stays in place.

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                Last edited by BWeaves; 01-19-2018, 11:07 PM.

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                • Thanks BW- more is never enough?!

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                  • If my neck didn't have a weight limit, I would have piled on a few more strands. Go for it.

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                    • BWeaves, that's a lovely look

                      Jeg, you're on the right track with that Keshi pendant ... such a dreamy piece!
                      Cathy

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                      • Love the looks ladies!

                        JEG, the key to layering is a consistent element...in your case it's the gold. Try that look with a white blouse, and I think you have a winner.
                        http://www.oceanscovejewelry.com
                        Instagram: Ocean's Cove

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                        • Originally posted by BWeaves View Post
                          If my neck didn't have a weight limit, I would have piled on a few more strands. Go for it.
                          BWeaves, don't underestimate your limits! Looking at how many pearls indian Princes and Princess weared, you have still to work. Well, a few georgous necklaces like yours is so better than more but not appropriate. Now, a small question, maybe stupid: is a "strand" a measure unit, about lenght or number of pearls? I don't buy any necklace, only interested by pearls loose, but even them are often sold by strands, thus my question.
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                          • ericw, strands can come in any length or size pearl. It simply refers to a pearl necklace that has been strung on a thread or wire.
                            http://www.oceanscovejewelry.com
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                            • Thank you a lot, JerseyPearl. So that means that purchaser don't know how many pearls, weight or number, he buys in case of pearls loose's strands. Strange...
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                              • BWeaves and jeg, love your layered looks! More IS more!!

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