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Two weeks ago, I promised you a small “primer” on one of the newest, hottest pearl trends in Hong Kong: Ripple Pearls.
It finally arrived, but definitely … hmm … um …
Not the way I expected!
It came without clasp.
It came without string!
It came without flair, trumpets or even an angel singing!
Ok, ok, enough with the Seuss.
It actually came totally UNDRILLED.
In numbered bags.
But when you think about it, this way of keeping the pearls makes total sense – you don’t just drill pearls of this rarity and color! That’s for pearls you know you have MORE of.
These – these are one in a million.
Since our Exotic Strand Sale launch, my Sea of Cortez pearls have been flying out the door!
And I’ve been getting a ton of questions about these rare pearls from everyone: what are they? What makes these pearls so special? Where do these pearls come from?
The other day I shared some of those really gorgeous glamour shots taken of the new inventory we have in the vault, but I thought: what good is just looking at sections of the pearls without seeing the whole thing?
So without ado, I give you a selection/preview of my FAVORITE new Exotic strands: the most colorful, the ones with the prettiest luster, the strands with the smoothest, nicest shapes.
The Exotic Strand Sale is going LIVE tomorrow morning, so remember: if you see something you absolutely cannot live without, hit REPLY to this email, and call dibs on it! I’ll do my best to set it aside for you.
Remember, all of my Exotic pearls are unique, one of a kind items, so once a necklace is gone, it’sgone for good …
Enjoy the show!
In my last email when I talked about the different kinds of exotic pearls (Tahitian, South Sea and Sea of Cortez), and what makes each of them so unique and covetable.