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    CLICLASP
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    Hello Dear PG members,
    I have been away for a while, launching a new men product line called "black and white men line" in a completely new website that can be seen here, enjoy looking at pearls

    http://www.cliclasp.com/cliclasp/ind...ndard.ANG.html

    I have taken pics of a friend wearing my new pearl for men line last sunny saturday in Paris.

    A large tribute to pearls can be seen on the site ... Any comment is welcome on the new website and new line products as well.
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    First-graft Pearl Senior Member MistofCassiopeia's Avatar
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    Congratulations on your line and website Cliclasp! I've noticed that jewelry stores are dedicating more and more space to men's jewelry lines. This piece in the picture is quite masculine. All we need is to see more advertising of men wearing this type of jewelry and your business will be quite successful!

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    I had a minor success in the men pearls line today. A man bought a great necklace for his wife and as thought I threw in a single black baroque on a thin leather string. She put it on him (much blush from him) but she and daughters did agree it looked phwar!

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    I do not believe in necklaces, I believe in bracelets for men,
    though...see the last fashion for rockers...
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    Josh looked very good wearing one of his own strands

    I guess it depends on the design and the individual who is wearing it.

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    Very nice bracelets, Cliclasp! You really should go for all the bikers. It could become a new trend....

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    Cor !
    The bracelet looks great on him Cliclasp.

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    The background couldn't look more manly. And the thick cord is the opposite of dainty. It's PERFECT!

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    A big success today - a strand of high lustre metallic dark grey baroques to a bloke - earrings to match!

    (yes, I know that is not at all the same thing, but it is pearls for a man none the less)

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    J'aime bien les bracelets! Men need pearl love, too. I didn't see prices, though...
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    Thanks for encouraging me and your very good advises.
    I built up a kit with 1 necklace + 1 bracelet and a beautiful tahiti baroque 12 mm pearl, but I rather believed in bracelet for men as a start. Going soon to make shootings of the biker with the necklace....

    This website is intended to be a window for customers as I am focusing on developping a worlwide outlets network to sell through stockists (any advise or interest is welcome again).

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    Natural Pearl Senior Pearl-Guide.com Pearl Expert CLICLASP's Avatar
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    It seems that infos still do not appear in front of name in some threads...

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    My vintage coral : http://www.etsy.com/shop/OnlyVintageCoral
    Photo report on pearl exhibitions & museum (Paris, London, Berlin, Basel, Geneva ...) http://www.pearl-guide.com/forum/showthread.php?10427

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    This from Kojima Pearl's Insta has me very very jealous GenderNeutral Jewelry
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    No, Midge said, I take it back. I wouldnt get a mink coat the first thing. Know what Id do? Id get a string of pearls. Real pearls. Yes, Annabel said, slowly. I think thats a kind of a good idea. And it would make sense, too. Because you can wear pearls with anything.

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    Men in pearls gets a big YES from me. Walter wears a stunning Kamoka on a leather cord, but it took me 4 years of convincing to get him there. I think he'd maybe ???? wear a strand of those Tahitian keshis And I know he'd wear the one Jeremy was wearing 2 weeks ago, as he talked about it all the way home ...
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    I'd wear the men's jewelry. Definitely gender neutral.