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    Second-graft Pearl Senior Guide Member
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    Default unique color Tahiti strand

    Unique muliti color Tahiti cultured pearl necklace with natural (not enhanced) brown and other rare colors, 10-14 mm

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    Those colors are stunning!!

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    That's lovely Cees! Real chocolate pearls, how wonderful, they look like the most sinful, rich chocolate ever.
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    Wow, I thought chocolate tahitians were always dyed. That is a shut up gorgeous strand.

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    Interesting colours are they quite muted in real life or intense...bit hard to tell which way they go . Very pretty and soft looking.

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    unique indeed, such beautiful earthy tones

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    I've been trying to figure out the adjective for these colors. Muted is good. Earthy is good. They're underwater, murky, seaweed, mermaid colors to me... but I can't figure out the correct single adjective.

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    I'm not wild about this one. To me, they are too grayed out.

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    These look like they have good luster and I find them quite interesting, but then again I'm a fan of pondslime, and my 100+ inch rope is full of brown toned fw pearls. I'd like the strand even better if they were baroques!
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    I think earthy pearls is a good description! The pearls go well together.

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    The fawn and tan colors are some of my favorites for Tahitian pearls - so hard to get, and so delicious!! Beautiful!
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    Quote Originally Posted by BAS View Post
    I've been trying to figure out the adjective for these colors. Muted is good. Earthy is good. They're underwater, murky, seaweed, mermaid colors to me... but I can't figure out the correct single adjective.
    Excellent words!
    Understated elegance, subtle, refined...rich, rich, rich.

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    Reminds me of some Fiji pearls I met recently. While that island produces some great colour, there are a lot of muddy tones as well.

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    To me, the strand doesn't appear muddy or earthy to my eye...but rather very soft, like calm ocean tidal pools filled with wet sand.

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    Waxing poetic!

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