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What kind of pearls are these? Please help, desperate to find out, no information

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  • What kind of pearls are these? Please help, desperate to find out, no information

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    I want to sell these but first I need to know more about them. Can anyone please help? Pammie114@hotmail.com

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    Hi Pammie, can you send some better photos? Maybe use good lighting, bright light if possible and cut off the flash on your camera? Are there any marks on the clasp on the chain? Any information as to where you acquired these?

    Daddys Little Pearl
    Daddys Little Pearl
    Antiques Jewelry & Sacred Treasures

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    • #3
      Pammie, welcome,

      We're trying to determine if the chain is sterling or 14k gold. could be marked 925 or 585 or something like that. You might need a magnifying glass to read the numbers/letters. Approximately what size are the pearls?
      Pattye


      PatriciaSaabDesigns.etsy.com

      facebook.com/PatriciaSaabDesigns

      SO MANY PEARLS, SO LITTLE TIME----

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      • #4
        Yes, we'd definitely need better pictures without the flash and with your camera on the macro (flower sign) setting. Any other information about the pearls like where they were bought, when they were bought etc might also be useful.
        Amrita
        www.harmonypearls.com
        www.facebook.com/HarmonyPearls
        info@harmonypearls.com
        www.twitter.com/HarmonyPearls9

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        • #5
          They are on a stamped yellow gold 14kt chain, here are some better picturesClick image for larger version

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          • #6
            Photos are hard for ID my guess is Japanese Akoya. the striations on the one isnt a characteristic of FWCP. If the holes haven't been enlarged they could have value if they holes have been increased to
            1.5 to 2 mm this is the best use.
            Norm
            pearlman@mlange.org

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