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Pearls of Joy vs Pearl Paradise vs Tiffany vs Mikimoto ...

The Pearls of Joy had a silvery undertone, while the Pearl Paradise had a more rosy undertone. The bracelet had some messy knots and even some fraying, which made the pearls change direction from one to the next somewhat. I went shopping and compared these pearls to a Signature Pearls bracelet from Tiffany and pearls from Mikimoto.
The Pearls of Joy had a silvery undertone, while the Pearl Paradise had a more rosy undertone. The bracelet had some messy knots and even some fraying, which made the pearls change direction from one to the next somewhat. I went shopping and compared these pearls to a Signature Pearls bracelet from Tiffany and pearls from Mikimoto.
The Pearls of Joy had a silvery undertone, while the Pearl Paradise had a more rosy undertone. The bracelet had some messy knots and even some fraying, which made the pearls change direction from one to the next somewhat. I went shopping and compared these pearls to a Signature Pearls bracelet from Tiffany and pearls from Mikimoto.

Anyone Have Tahitian Pearls from American Pearl? | PriceScope

We buy from multiple vendors here on our forum. PP, TPO, Catherine Cardinelli, Pearls of Joy, The Pearl Source, Kojima pearls, Kamoka pearls , Honora, Imperial Deltah, Tahitian pearl biz and many more. You will find reviews good most the time and occasionally bad, but most have liberal return policies.
We buy from multiple vendors here on our forum. PP, TPO, Catherine Cardinelli, Pearls of Joy, The Pearl Source, Kojima pearls, Kamoka pearls , Honora, Imperial Deltah, Tahitian pearl biz and many more. You will find reviews good most the time and occasionally bad, but most have liberal return policies.
We buy from multiple vendors here on our forum. PP, TPO, Catherine Cardinelli, Pearls of Joy, The Pearl Source, Kojima pearls, Kamoka pearls , Honora, Imperial Deltah, Tahitian pearl biz and many more. You will find reviews good most the time and occasionally bad, but most have liberal return policies.

American Pearl vs blue nile vs pearl paradise | PriceScope ...

Earlier this year, I was in Pearl Paradise in LA for the first time, and got to compare my AP AAA akoyas to the PP AAA akoyas. The PP akoyas had a higher luster (both strands were very clean as far as blemishes go) and cost less. I felt like a real schmuck for having bought my akoya pearls from AP.
Earlier this year, I was in Pearl Paradise in LA for the first time, and got to compare my AP AAA akoyas to the PP AAA akoyas. The PP akoyas had a higher luster (both strands were very clean as far as blemishes go) and cost less. I felt like a real schmuck for having bought my akoya pearls from AP.
Earlier this year, I was in Pearl Paradise in LA for the first time, and got to compare my AP AAA akoyas to the PP AAA akoyas. The PP akoyas had a higher luster (both strands were very clean as far as blemishes go) and cost less. I felt like a real schmuck for having bought my akoya pearls from AP.

Pearls from the 1930’s | PriceScope

On the other pearl forum there are tutorials. You already have a clasp so all you need is thread, a flexible wire needle, and some gimp/French wire (for a professional looking finish at the clasp.) As far as tools, all you need is wire cutters or cuticle trimmers to cut the gimp, and something to cut the knots apart with.
On the other pearl forum there are tutorials. You already have a clasp so all you need is thread, a flexible wire needle, and some gimp/French wire (for a professional looking finish at the clasp.) As far as tools, all you need is wire cutters or cuticle trimmers to cut the gimp, and something to cut the knots apart with.
On the other pearl forum there are tutorials. You already have a clasp so all you need is thread, a flexible wire needle, and some gimp/French wire (for a professional looking finish at the clasp.) As far as tools, all you need is wire cutters or cuticle trimmers to cut the gimp, and something to cut the knots apart with.

Pearl Paradise vs Pearls of Joy, Akoya or Freshadama/Gem ...

New here I am deciding between vendors and the types of pearls for a pair of 8mm pearl studs. I read a few threads, my understanding is that: 1) it seems that while Freshadama is good value and great for every day use , there is no guarantee the two pearls will match perfectly. There is still a small chance there can be small blemish and off round.
New here I am deciding between vendors and the types of pearls for a pair of 8mm pearl studs. I read a few threads, my understanding is that: 1) it seems that while Freshadama is good value and great for every day use , there is no guarantee the two pearls will match perfectly. There is still a small chance there can be small blemish and off round.
New here I am deciding between vendors and the types of pearls for a pair of 8mm pearl studs. I read a few threads, my understanding is that: 1) it seems that while Freshadama is good value and great for every day use , there is no guarantee the two pearls will match perfectly. There is still a small chance there can be small blemish and off round.

How are the akoya strands from PP compared to Mikimoto ...

Some information on Hanadama pearls from the Pure Pearls website: The luster and orient on Japanese Hanadama Akoya pearls is certified to be the very highest and strongest of all Akoya pearls. These attributes are analyzed and certified to meet specific levels set by the Pearl Science Laboratory of Tokyo, Japan.
Some information on Hanadama pearls from the Pure Pearls website: The luster and orient on Japanese Hanadama Akoya pearls is certified to be the very highest and strongest of all Akoya pearls. These attributes are analyzed and certified to meet specific levels set by the Pearl Science Laboratory of Tokyo, Japan.
Some information on Hanadama pearls from the Pure Pearls website: The luster and orient on Japanese Hanadama Akoya pearls is certified to be the very highest and strongest of all Akoya pearls. These attributes are analyzed and certified to meet specific levels set by the Pearl Science Laboratory of Tokyo, Japan.

The story of the Roseate Pearl | PriceScope

The pearl was then purchased by a man who died of a heart attack, while the next owner committed suicide after the pearl was stolen from him. In 1905 a man who traded in stolen pearls was murdered at Broome when negotiating to purchase the Roseate Pearl, and over the next few years violence and death stalked anyone associated with the pearl.
The pearl was then purchased by a man who died of a heart attack, while the next owner committed suicide after the pearl was stolen from him. In 1905 a man who traded in stolen pearls was murdered at Broome when negotiating to purchase the Roseate Pearl, and over the next few years violence and death stalked anyone associated with the pearl.
The pearl was then purchased by a man who died of a heart attack, while the next owner committed suicide after the pearl was stolen from him. In 1905 a man who traded in stolen pearls was murdered at Broome when negotiating to purchase the Roseate Pearl, and over the next few years violence and death stalked anyone associated with the pearl.

How to tell if it is a real Mikimoto??????? | PriceScope

A friend aquired a pearl choker from an estate in a box with Mikimoto papers inside and a receit of sale. It was purchased in Hong kong in 1968. They are 6mm pearls about 16" long with a sterling pearl clasp. The pearls are not knotted in between each, just strung. There is no "M" stamp or...
A friend aquired a pearl choker from an estate in a box with Mikimoto papers inside and a receit of sale. It was purchased in Hong kong in 1968. They are 6mm pearls about 16" long with a sterling pearl clasp. The pearls are not knotted in between each, just strung. There is no "M" stamp or...
A friend aquired a pearl choker from an estate in a box with Mikimoto papers inside and a receit of sale. It was purchased in Hong kong in 1968. They are 6mm pearls about 16" long with a sterling pearl clasp. The pearls are not knotted in between each, just strung. There is no "M" stamp or...

My Pearls are Peeling - are they real? | PriceScope

The MOP bead does not mean they are fake, it means they are cultured. Akoya pearls are cultured with a small MOP bead, and then the oyster lays the nacre over the bead. Cultured pearls are real pearls, with a little help from the pearl farmer. I found Dr. Bronner's at TJMaxx. Check Marshall's, as well, in the beauty section.
The MOP bead does not mean they are fake, it means they are cultured. Akoya pearls are cultured with a small MOP bead, and then the oyster lays the nacre over the bead. Cultured pearls are real pearls, with a little help from the pearl farmer. I found Dr. Bronner's at TJMaxx. Check Marshall's, as well, in the beauty section.
The MOP bead does not mean they are fake, it means they are cultured. Akoya pearls are cultured with a small MOP bead, and then the oyster lays the nacre over the bead. Cultured pearls are real pearls, with a little help from the pearl farmer. I found Dr. Bronner's at TJMaxx. Check Marshall's, as well, in the beauty section.

Rarest / most unique Tahitian color? | PriceScope

Have a look at the Show Me Your Pearls thread and see what takes your fancy. Personally, I have always liked the colour choices in Tahitian pearls by HHPmom of PS, who is also a regular contributor on another board. Try and search for her posts in the Pearls forum and have a look at the pearls she has chosen.
Have a look at the Show Me Your Pearls thread and see what takes your fancy. Personally, I have always liked the colour choices in Tahitian pearls by HHPmom of PS, who is also a regular contributor on another board. Try and search for her posts in the Pearls forum and have a look at the pearls she has chosen.
Have a look at the Show Me Your Pearls thread and see what takes your fancy. Personally, I have always liked the colour choices in Tahitian pearls by HHPmom of PS, who is also a regular contributor on another board. Try and search for her posts in the Pearls forum and have a look at the pearls she has chosen.
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