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86Corvettegirl

Active member
BW, you look fabulous!!! I love the mix & style. The colors in the ripples are gorgeous!! Your long mixed tin cup is perfect for cowl necks!!
 

JerseyPearl

Active member
Thanks JP: I normally don't wear cowlnecks for the same reason. This one is from Ann G Linen, and I really liked the way the neckline rolled. I thought it had great pearl potential. It also has a funky asymmetrical hemline and interesting seaming on the back.

https://www.annglinen.com/collectio...ck-cowl-neck-tunic-g451?variant=8125795827806

Why did you make me look?!? I LOVE everything on that site!! Ugh, I hate winter...I may need to plan a trip someplace warm so I can justify the purchase of more linen.
 

jeg

Traveling Pearl
I’m in love with that ring, BWeaves. The SOC fits perfectly in that setting.

I have been on a doubles kick.
Long multi Tahitian strand doubled-
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Two Fiji strands-
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Two keshi chains with a keshi pendant-
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Charlotta

New member
Jeg, your pearls are gorgeous.
Here is my new south sea strand. It's about 18 inch, the pearls are 9-12 and very baroque. Great luster. I also post my south sea strand from Wendy at Perlescence to show the difference in pearl size. The rope I wear all the time, these new ones seems a bit big. I may use the pearls for some project
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BWeaves

Active member
JEG: Great doubles!

Charlotta: Being a weaver, I'm totally distracted by the fabric. I'm sitting here analyzing the weave structure. hehehe. Those are beautiful SS pearls. I love the shape of the baroque ones.
 

jeg

Traveling Pearl
Thank you, Charlotta and BWeaves!

Charlotta, I like the baroque shapes on your new SS. I really love that rope!

I am staying with doubles today, but worn in a different way. Lyndsey, at PP, helped me put this together during Ruckus 2015. Two scattered tin cups that are the most versatile pieces I have. Today, I am wearing the two lengths connected together and in a long lariat with a Kamoka pendant. I took two more pictures with them still connected and with the Kamoka, just wrapped differently.

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GemGeek

Pearlista
Wow, Jeg, those pearls are incredibly beautiful. I like that they can have a lacey feel, even though they are fairly large. I can see that they are easy to wear.
 

86Corvettegirl

Active member
Wonderful, Jeg!! What versatile necklaces!! I love the look of them together with your pendant! Your T's just glisten & glow; they look wet! You are really rocking the doubles!!!
 

jeg

Traveling Pearl
Thank you, GemGeek and 86C! They are very light and can be worn in so many ways- really fun strands to play with.
 

86Corvettegirl

Active member
Went to dinner with our oldest son & his fiancé tonight & decided to wear my 8-10mm multi color Tahitians with one of my Barbara Bixby Amazing Grace cross enhancers made of Garnets & black pearls.
 

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BWeaves

Active member
Wowza is right. Great look 86C.

JEG, I love how you use the orbit clasps to turn the tin cup into a lariat. Is this the one where both parts of the orbit have the opening mechanism?
 

86Corvettegirl

Active member
Thank you, Charlotta. I have 2 more in the same design...one with white pearls & London blue topaz & the other with yellow sapphires & pistachio green pearls.
 
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