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    Oh my gosh, I love that pic! Kirsten at PP helped me with a 6 mm freshadama set for my now 12 year old. I've given her the bracelet and earrings but have held on to the necklace for her 13th birthday. She wears them a lot. You are never too young to start with pearls.

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    Hi There-

    We actually launched a Children's Collection (PureKids) last year that has been filling a need! I am pleasantly surprised at how many moms, grandmas, aunts, etc that are coming to us to find commemorative jewelry.

    Lisa- From my experience, the average necklace size for a 7 year old is about 14 or 15-inches, bracelets are about 6.

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    How precious!

    I am not sure about length for a young girl, but had a 14 inch gold chain in my jewelry box that was just a bit too tight so there is a market for 14 inch chains. I'm sure it was from my childhood.

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    Super adorable baby and gorgeous pearls! I think this is a great way to start a child on a life long love of pearls! Pearl necklaces and coral necklaces used to be traditional baby gifts way back when. I have seen many pictures of victorian babies/toddlers wearing pearl and/or coral necklaces. Lots of pics of a very young QEII wearing her first pearl necklace given to her when she was a baby. The Add a Pearl style necklace was very popular also. Grandmothers would buy a pearl for each birthday or Christmas until the child had a full necklace.

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    That’s adorable. I agree that there should be more pearl baby jewelry available.....maybe PP can entertain a few items to have available on their website. I jus bought two tiny sets of Akoya earrings and I have to send them in to have the post changed to the screw type so the babies can wear them safely.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pearl Dreams View Post
    It's adorable-- but seriously, I'd be afraid of the choking hazard.
    I'm with you PD ! The choking potential would be an issue for me.

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    Awwww soooo cute! She knows what's genuine and what's not it seems. A connoisseur since young!
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    That baby picture is sooo adorable! I wonder what pearls she's wearing now that she's 10 years older!

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