Sorry @737lizakg for not seeing this earlier. Thank you and here's the link:
Thanks! It is a miracleI've actually managed to do thisIt's gorgeous!
Good job on the wire wrapping.
It can be hard to get a neat, uniform wrap, especially up against a pearl without scratching it. You did great!
shuuuuuushAw, thank you!
I think this might be my first and last DIY, I almost failed at bending that wire nicely. I'll leave it to the professionals next time, this was more like an experiment done with improper tools and just enough materials for two tries.
That's gorgeous.Thank you Andrey and Ali for this subforum
I bought this necklace, earrings, and bracelet from Pearl Paradise, mine are 8mm and they are white with a silver/pink overtone.
thread -----> https://www.pricescope.com/community/threads/my-valentines-pearls.108845/
Hi Pinkmartini. Love your radiant smile btw. To ask the moderator to remove the post just hit the "report concern" button and ask them to remove the post.Oh dear, from other commentators on a separate post about these same “pearls” it seems like I may have bought glass beads instead!
Is there a way I can ask the forum to remove my prior post as so not to confuse others?
I bought Tahitians from Pure Pearls a few years ago, and was very happy with both the quality of what I received and the service. I haven't purchased anything recently, but they have an excellent return policy, so you wouldn't be at much risk in taking advantage of the sale they have going on right now and seeing whether you are pleased with the purchase, as it would not be an issue to return them.Hello!
Im looking to buy hanadama pearls from Pure Pearls Has anyone worked with them recently?
Or who would you recommend.
Im looking for some simple pearl studs and necklace. for now lol
In general, gold lipped oysters (Pinctada Maxima) produce gold pearls, white lipped oysters produce white pearls & black lipped oysters (Pinctada Margaritifera) produce black ones. Is this what you mean?i know nothing about pearls except you have to take care of them and they like to be worn
would some lovelly knowledgeable person like to tell me what males the different colours on natural pearls (that arnt artificially dyed)
i mean i know a NZ paua (abalone) pearl is blue because the shell is blue
but im talking about tradional pearl colours -
like what makes a pearl cream and not white or golden ?
that's good enough for meIn general, gold lipped oysters (Pinctada Maxima) produce gold pearls, white lipped oysters produce white pearls & black lipped oysters (Pinctada Margaritifera) produce black ones. Is this what you mean?