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Abalone and pearl necklace

by Maura Nicholson on Jul.19, 2010, under Handmade Jewelry

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Blue abalone shell, wow this pieces is just stunning! the blue is, well so blue with shades of pink and purple. Then you have the darker blue lines and puddles which remind me of the sand at low tide. I thought little white ¬†freshwater pearls would be perfect with this glorious piece of ‘shell artwork’ all mixed up with some shiny silver!

Abalone and pearl necklace


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