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jeg

Traveling Pearl
Thanks so much, Charlotta!:eek:

Welcome, MoonDrops! Tahitians are always a great choice, and your pairing of earrings and necklace look wonderful on you.

BWeaves, that’s my favorite ring of yours. Fabulous pearl and the setting so perfect for it.

Merry Christmas to you, SydK! I love your new Tahitians!!
 

BWeaves

Active member
Moondrops: Gorgeous T's!
SydK: Love your circles. I also love small pearls. Those are lovely.

Douglas: Happy Chanukah to you and your family. I'll always remember you bringing me SoC pearls to choose from at my last Ruckus. This pearl was just so special. I'm glad I had it put in a ring instead of a pendant, because I can look at it all the time on my finger.

On the 6th day of Chanukah me me gave to me, a silvery baroque Tahitian pearl (from Kojima) with beautiful rainbow stripes. Shown with my 7 mm blue baroque akoya rope from PP.

Front and backsides of the drop.

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And today I'm wearing my ombre' tin-cup from Kojima. La Perlagrina from Kamoka. Tahitian and opal earrings from Kojima. Handwoven silk and wool shawl by me.

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CortezPearls

PG Forum Admin
Wow! That Perlagrina from Kamoka and those tin-cup Tahitian pearls...youza!!! Those are Pearlicious!
 

SydK

Member
I always admire your woven fabrics, Bweaves.
And that pendant is a stunner! It looks like molten metal. How big is it? It looks huuuge next to the BBA.
 

BWeaves

Active member
The new Tahitian pendant is bigger than Summer Rainbow and Winter Snowman, but smaller than Walter Who and Greg Who. It's roughly an inch tall. I'll have to go measure it later.

I think I'll call it Water Nymph.
 

jeg

Traveling Pearl
Oooo, the Water Nymph is so cool! Enjoy that, BWeaves!

Wearing a Kamoka tin cup bracelet, and a Kojima Tahitian pendant, with early pieces I made- a Tahitian charm bracelet and tin cup necklace.
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BWeaves

Active member
JEG: Love your T's. That pendant glows.

Today I'm wearing the Water Nymph on my pistachio akoyas from PP. Ombre' Tin-cup from Kojima. And Winter Snowman and Summer Rainbow as earrings on Mom's diamond hoops. My dress and cashmere shawl are dark olive green, which is a color I've found particular flattering to Tahitian pearls.

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CortezPearls

PG Forum Admin
Oh my Sweet Lord! I'm dazzled constantly with all these beautiful pearls and women! I thought that I had seen pearls at the jewelry shows but you constantly prove me wrong...and since we won´t have a Gem show in 2021 :( please:
Keep Dazzling us all! :cool:
¡Feliz Janucá!
 

multichrome

New member
Love the Water Nymph, bweaves. jeg, I love your Tahitians, and especially the bracelet with the wire-wrapped Tahitian drops. I will have to make a bracelet like that with my loose Tahitians if I can. I love the silver next to them.
 

jeg

Traveling Pearl
Thanks everyone! Douglas, I’m learning some Spanish through all your phrases.;) Multichrome, I tend to wear more yellow gold, but Tahitians do glow so nicely with white gold or silver.
 

CortezPearls

PG Forum Admin
I'm glad you are Jeg :)
My Opa (grandpa) used to tell me: You should be able to speak, read and write all languages I do (he was fluent in 4, but managed 5) and I believe we all can :D
And we start just that way...reading in between lines ;)
 

jeg

Traveling Pearl
I wish I was fluent in other languages, Douglas! I studied others, but am a bit of a failure. I know just enough words or phrases to be polite when I travel and that’s where it ends.

Coats and hats and single strands of pearls... Metallic strand from Pacific Pearls in the first photo, and Rikitea pearls from Cees in the second.
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jeg

Traveling Pearl
And something new! I had been eying this Tahitian cloud necklace on the Kojima sale and couldn’t resist. I altered it a bit by shortening it and adding an extender so I can wear it with different necklines and layers. The other piece is a tin cup I put together with Australian SS keshi from Druzy. The earrings are made with SS and Tahitian keshi.
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Charlotta

New member
Jeg, your new Kojima strand is gorgeous. The south sea keshi tincup you made is perfect with it. Those keshis looks like clouds to.
 
Once again too many lovelies to comment on!

BWeaves, first of all that SoC ring is always wonderful to see, perfection! And I absolutely love your Screamers on Steroids, these beauties are something else! And Water Nymph is so luscious! And your woven fabrics are so so beautiful too!

Lilpearl, love your pearls especially those earrings from Cees!!!! Stunning!!!

MoonDrops well done on your first Tahitians purchase, you chose very pretty pearls!

Jeg, your outfits and pearls are fantastic as always, love your newest additions, once again your creations are very inspiring.

SydK, what a lovely and colorful new necklace you have! I know what you mean about the smallish circled Ts, they have the most amazing array of colors! My Christmas gift for myself is a circled bracelet of small Ts as well, combined with hematite rondelles that are very shiny IRL. Pearls on the bracelet are from Wen, the two larger pearl charms that are so very colorful are from Druzy.

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linda.wald

Moderator
I'm glad you are Jeg :)
My Opa (grandpa) used to tell me: You should be able to speak, read and write all languages I do (he was fluent in 4, but managed 5) and I believe we all can :D
And we start just that way...reading in between lines ;)

Opa? I thought that was Dutch (according to my husband who is Dutch)? What languages do you speak/read, Douglas? I learned French in high school, Russian in college, and German in graduate school, but none of it stuck. A few words are all that is left...
 

CortezPearls

PG Forum Admin
Opa? I thought that was Dutch (according to my husband who is Dutch)? What languages do you speak/read, Douglas? I learned French in high school, Russian in college, and German in graduate school, but none of it stuck. A few words are all that is left...
My mother's family came from Spain, France, Switzerland, Germany & Poland. Grandparents have always been Oma & Opa to us. I know that is common with Dutch, but I don´t know what weird cross-cultural stance we ended up inheriting.
When growing up I would speak just English and Spanish, was used to Italian too since my mom spoke it and we sang songs she liked on the way to school, French and German I could fake (if you did not speak the language, I could fool you!), especially swearing ;)
My Latin & Greek was good in high school but haven't touched the material in ages! So, really: just bilingual English-Spanish, but if you let me loose a month any place I will we talking the language. Or so I believe it.
 
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