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Show Us Your Pearls In Action!!!

AzFlyGirl

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Thank you SydK and Charlotta. I am thrilled by my Rikitea and feel fortunate to have them, after a very long time of admiring them. And as you can see my addition for multi color Ts, extends to pastels as well. lol! SydK, I admired your new pastel strand as well. it looked lovely on you when you posted the picture.

Charlotta, the zoom doc appointment was truly very slick! The Mayo had it down to a science. Once you download the zoom app. You call in at the time of your appointment, they transfer you and place you on hold. The doctor comes right on, and you can see and hear each other....like Face Time. Great experience today. With COVID exponentially rising, it is a safe way for medical personnel and patients to stay safe, if it is a non urgent appointment. I felt it was a very positive experience.
 

jeg

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Feb 26, 2015
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Douglas, your wife only needs one rope- a Sea of Cortez, the rarest of them all!

Thanks so much, Charlotta, AzFlyGirl, and SydK! The Kasumi pearls are so special.:eek:

AzFlyGirl, that’s another pretty strand of Tahitians!

SydK, do I see a carved Tahitian pendant in your future??;)
 

eolian pearls

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Thank you AzFlyGirl, Charlotta, Jeg, SydK and Douglas! I am very very happy with the tahitian love necklace!

AzFlyGirl your pastels are so lovely, and pearls from Cees always look so very special!

Jeg, the Kasumi and FWP combination is absolutely yummy!!!!

SydK I know what you mean about the carved pearl....on my wishlist too...this thread is very dangerous :)

Today a white shirt and floating tahitian pearl kind of day...
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CortezPearls

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Love the simplicity and the effect :)
 

lisa c

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Douglas, no no no, your wife needs many ropes! There’s really no such thing as too many pearls! Research will lean in my favor, it must.
 

Charlotta

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Your floating pearl is very pretty eolian pearls and perfect with a white t-shirt
 

CortezPearls

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Love to see your Pearls-Giving jewelry!!! :cool:
 

jeg

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Happy Thanksgiving everyone, and cheers to page 1000!!

Eolian, the floating pearl is simplistic beauty!

Linda, your goldens just light up the page!

I also wore goldens. A Kojima pendant with two necklaces I put together. A mixed strand of goldens, and a station chain made with Myanmar keshi.
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BWeaves

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Eolian, love your floating Tahitian. Linda and JEG, love your Goldens. I still don't have a golden SS necklace. I have a few Golden SS pearls mixed in with my various mixed necklaces from Kojima, though.
 

CathyKeshi

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Mar 16, 2014
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Thank you all so much for posting these gorgeous pearls; such a treat! No pearls made it here after all; way too much steam, oven heat, dish soap flying around for pearl safety :). Your pearl photos keep me going, friends, and I'm very thankful.
 

jeg

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Thanks Charlotta, BWeaves and CathyKeshi!

Fiji pearls in subtle colors from Cees, and a harvest bracelet from Kamoka.
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CortezPearls

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I especially like the bracelet...has to do with both the brand and the idea behind a piece made of a "sampler" of the pearls of a year's given harvest. I would have love to have done that with some Cortez. The Fiji pearls are indeed subtle, but they still have quite a bit of those colors that make them so special :)
 

jeg

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Thanks so much, Douglas! I feel the same way, the brand- Josh and Celeste:eek:, and the idea of the “Harvest” pieces that originated with Kamoka.

Hmmm, a Sea of Cortez harvest strand... now that I would love to see!
 

lisa c

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Truly, you guys and your pearls make my day as well. Absolutely beautiful.
I was going to say Here’s my modest offering, but I really can’t. There’s nothing modest about them, I’m still crazy about them, 6years this month
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lisa c

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ca Dec 2014, roughly 11.5mm x 6mm
 
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CortezPearls

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Love how the green overtones just flare at its edges...very nice baroques!
 
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