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    Default Japanese Kasumi Pearls -Most colorful- Edison, Akoya, South sea, Freshwater, Tahitian

    Hello everyone ! Hope you’re all doing well ! Just wanted to share photos of my Japanese kasumi necklace. It was shipped to my mamas house in Australia , while I was frolicking in Greenhills �� ( ´ ▽ ` )

    So I put it side by side with all of my other necklaces. I hope that it’s a good enough side by side comparison of the pearl types we all know. You all can see how shiny and colorful Japanese kasumi is compared to the others


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    the upper photos order :

    1) freshwater with bead
    2) Edison
    3) regular freshwater
    4) Japanese kasumi
    5) Chinese ripple pearl
    6) Tahitian
    7) south sea
    8) akoya

    It would be roughly the same order in the following photos too. If not inversed


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    Not sure if you can see it , the photos aren’t showing how colorful Japanese kasumi is. It has these green orangey color to it and it’s just a burst of colors.

    Here’s a close up :

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    Are they the most colorful or do you reckon there’s another kind of pearl that can beat these colors ?

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    Third-graft Pearl Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert Charlotta's Avatar
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    You have a beautiful collection Heart.

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    Love your collection!

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    My collection is not as gorgeous as yours miss Charlotta:3

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    Thank you ���� they’re gonna be growing as I want to have all types , including sea of Cortez (´°̥̥̥̥̥̥̥̥ω°̥̥̥̥̥̥̥̥`) I need to work plenty to finance my greed

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    Heart, Some beautiful pearls there! Japanese Kasumi pearls are so rare; I'm glad you've included them in your collection. Cortez Pearls will be a wonderful addition, too.
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    Beautiful. Heart!! You have a lovely collection with quite a variety!!

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    Lovely collection ! I'd like to see the Kasumi in more indirect lighting from a window..the colours might show up better !

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    Yesssss I am not sure where to buy sea of Cortez for now , as much as I am ready to pay for pearls , I’m quite taken aback by shipping fees and taxes added in at the end hehehe. Also thank you so so so much ! I’m sure my collection is not as wide as the people here , but thanks everyone for being kind to me :3

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    Thank you (о´∀`о) yeah I’d like to see why some people prefer one type over the other , so I thought I’d grab one of each and see for myself which one I love. I love the Japanese kasumi one and tahitians (for now, might change later hehe)

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    Of course miss Kat ! Tomorrow I have photoshoot for most of my pearls , so hopefully I can showcase plenty pretty photos here (о´∀`о)

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    Light from window :3

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    Photo from my shoot is a bit too far to see the Kasumis hehehe

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    Heart you look so pretty!

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    Great photo!!!

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    Thank you so much (о´∀`о) i an extremely delighted that pearls are something I can use in my shoots , on top of knowing they’re eco friendly

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