PSA: men, if you’re considering buying this for a female in your life, don’t (unless she has seen it or you have 1000% confidence that your lady well enough to know this fits her style). I’m being kind in saying that this will only appeal to women with a really specific taste in jewelry.
So what exactly is a “gold-filled setting” - what does the gold fill? some area created by some other substance? a void in space filled with the gold? And how do they color it? I don’t buy much (any) jewelry - these are actually serious (probably dumb, but serious) questions.
First thing’s first. Nice job with the write-up. I didn’t find anything in need of editing.
Now onto these things… Do you guys dumpster dive behind the Pacific Pearls factory once a week? I can only assume you get these things for free, and that’s why you continue to try and push them on us with no success. Oh well. Go for it, I guess. We’ll keep doing this dance.
@CaptAmehrican@dam091@Kidsandliz It makes me wonder who at Meh lost the bet, and what exactly was that bet. It musta been a doozy, because no body in their right mind could think these necklaces would be in high demand for anyone except 7 year old little girls.
@Kidsandliz Odd that you would mention that, as I am currently wearing for the first time the first ugly Christmas sweater I’ve ever owned for the first ever ugly Christmas sweater contest at work. Creeeeeeepy.
Pavé diamonds–tiny, tiny cut diamonds that can be used to cover cheap jewelry in genuine diamonds while still being cheap. Russia is the world’s biggest producer of bulk diamonds of this type. So, it’s a gold-ish diamond-ish locket that has a loose pearl inside that will probably be lost before Christmas breakfast is done.