Mother of Pearl Jewelry

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What Is Mother of Pearl - Real Pearls or What?

It is always helpful to have information about a material you use in your jewelry making. Learn some details about mother of pearl and where it comes from in this expanded glossary section.  More »
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Copper Bead Cap and Mother of Pearl Earrings

Pretty copper beads caps top off off mother of pearl beads. This is a really easy design, but the bead caps add a lot to the finished look. Plus the combination of natural colored mother of pearl beads with the copper look good with an assortment of other jewelry pieces, especially those made with copper, brass, gold, or gold-filled. More»

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Tiger Wire, Spacer Beads, Mother of Pearl, and Crystal Necklace

Nothing is more classic than the combination of Ivory white and Pearl white. Add some sterling silver wire to these beads, which are a mixture of mother-of-pearl, and crystals Silver, and the metal really makes this necklace into a statement piece that you will wear a great deal since it will go with just about everything in your closet. More »
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Synthetic Turquoise Beaded Pendant with Mother of Pearl and Rhinestone Necklace

The hand-made rhinestone turquoise beaded pendant used as the focal point of this necklace design helped inspire the other components used on this adjustable necklace. Turquoise is one of my favorite stones to combine with mother of pearl. More »
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Brass Micro Pave Cubic Zirconia Round Beaded Mother-of-Pearl Necklace

Brass Micro Pave Cubic Zirconia  pendant was the inspiration for this necklace that combines twist chain, silver rhinestone beads, and round mother-of-pearl beads. This is another neutral colored piece that has lots of character. It also includes a unique hand crafted chain design.   More »
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