seed pearls


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seed pearls

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Minute diamonds of moisture from the mist hung, too, upon Tess's eyelashes, and drops upon her hair, like seed pearls.
Here is one of Jane Andrews' stories depicting her heroine as sleeping in a beautiful white satin nightdress trimmed with seed pearls.
To account for the unique hour markers, the hour and minute hands are on a post much higher than on other watches so that they can clear the natural seed pearls," said the statement.
The interior surfaces of the cultured pearls are polished and then lined with a variety of different melee-sized gem materials (faceted stones or beads), including white and black diamonds, amethyst, ruby, emerald, sapphire and peridot, among others; cultured seed pearls also are used.
The sweetheart neckline was covered with Venice lace and adorned with seed pearls and Swarovski crystal beading which could also be found encircling the bottom of the gown.
Grudgingly perhaps, she praised their slender figures, swan-like necks, their natural grace and thick silky tresses seductively ornamented with combs and tiaras set with seed pearls and precious stones.
He draws influences from the Victorian era, such as carvings on stones, fleur-de-lis motifs, cameos, seed pearls, opals and the rose cut, a vintage diamond cutting style.
An Art Deco necklace with braided wire fastening supporting three rows of seed pearls interspaced with roundels of moonstone and the roundel pendant with jade drop, in leather case with double hinged lid, from Spink & Sons Ltd sold for PS5,200.
She was dressed in a resplendent white satin gown, decorated with thousands of tiny seed pearls and the floral emblems of the Commonwealth and although she was wearing the George IV State Diadem crown, she remained - for just an hour or so more - an uncrowned Queen.
Tiny globules of dew were forming across it like seed pearls.
Petersburg and is encrusted with seed pearls and emerald and features gold and diamonds.