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 Post subject: Re: fresh water/salt water natural pearls(no cultured)
PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2016 7:58 am 
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Here are some nice ones.
http://www.karipearls.com/natural-fresh ... earls.html

Maybe Kari, the lady who holds this website, might help you. She knows a lot about all types of natural pearls and how to sell them. Why not try and contact her.


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PostPosted: Sat Oct 29, 2016 8:06 am 
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Isi wrote:
Here are some nice ones.
http://www.karipearls.com/natural-fresh ... earls.html

Maybe Kari, the lady who holds this website, might help you. She knows a lot about all types of natural pearls and how to sell them. Why not try and contact her.


i am on her mailing list already.thought about communicating with her,nice idea,thanks but an auction house has the chance to hit jackpot :mrgreen:

actually many of my kashmir sapphires went to auctions or ended up with companies like pala gems,but none of them considered buying from me directly,so its a desire to sell to or through one of them.in the end we need a brand name in this trade other then certificates.

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Well, problem around here is not pollution but regulations of water flow. When building dams or other obstacles the trout can not go upstreams and without trout the molluscs can not breed. They are long lived and can commonly become 125 years. Today authorities around here has started building special "trout highways" passing obstacles just to save the molluscs. The species has been protected by law around here for close to 50 years starting in 1968.

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