Lagoon Island Pearls


Limited time offer! 50 natural pearls for $50

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    These glass pendant vials with sterling silver screw posts and caps contain 50 (or more) 1.5-2.5mm natural pearls harvested from remote reefs in the Pacific waters of British Columbia, Canada, by Dave LeBlanc. The random selection are mostly round or off-round, but one or more free form pearls may be included. They are a mix of white, gold, grey, purple or root beer and largely translucent and lusterous. Many have dazzling effervescent patterns, rippled surfaces or creamy undertones.

    All pendants are made to order, additional pearls available by request.

    Vials exactly as shown, pearls vary but graded similarily. Overall size 26.7 x 14.2 x 10.2 mm.

    Terms and Conditions:

    Necklace strings or chains not included.

    Payments accepted by email draft (Interac) or PayPal only. No credit, wholesale or dealer inquiries, please.  

    Next day shipping.

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    Prices do not include shipping, insurance or brokerage fees (for other than mail). Shipping $15.00 Funds by country of origin, buyers may bundle additional pieces within the same shipment.

    All sales final. No refunds.

    Seller not responsible for broken or damaged goods caused by striking, drilling, gluing or affixed with other objects.

    Seller assumes no responsibility or liability for lost, stolen or otherwise undelivered items.


    The Treasures

    It's a pleasure to announce a premier limited edition release of natural pearls. We have rare matched sets, pairs and teardrop singles readied for auction here.

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