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    Can anyone tell me what kind of pearls these are.
    I bought them a week ago and Im planning to make a Nice necklace for my wife.
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    looks like you have dyed chinese freshwater pearls
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    • #3
      Originally posted by Kevin Canning View Post
      looks like you have dyed chinese freshwater pearls
      The pearls are 10mm to 12mm. The last photo is from the inside of the pearl.
      Can anyone tell me what they are worth?
      Must i buy a 14k of 18k lock for it. Or would that be a wast of my money?

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      • #4
        Agree. I'm sure your wife will appreciate the thoughtful gesture

        - Karin

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        • #5
          Agree - such a lovely idea to make a necklace !
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          • #6
            The quality of the pearls are not great, and I personally would not string it with an expensive clasp, a cheaper gold-filled clasp would be more appropriate, IMHO.

            DK
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            • #7
              I agree-- use gold-filled, or sterling silver if you prefer.

              Gold-filled is very durable material. I use gold filled clasps frequently.

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              • #8
                The pearls are pretty inexpensive so definitely not real gold. There are a lot of lovely Gold Filled clasps that will hold up very well, better than plate.. or use silver if you prefer a lighter colour.
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