Pearl Loose



Pearl Loose
Can anyone tell me the best place online to buy loose pearls in bulk?

My Grandmother is really getting into jewelry making and loves to work with genuine freshwater pearls….I have found a couple of places that sell loose pearls in bulk or by the pound but they are rather expensive! Have you dealt with any certain company that you like or do you know of a good place for me to look? Thanks ahead of time!

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All That Jazz Pearl Necklace - Flapper Costumes


All That Jazz Pearl Necklace – Flapper Costumes


$1.38


All That Jazz Pearl Necklace This faux pearl necklace is a full 60 in length (thats five feet of necklace, ladies!) and would look absolutely ravishing paired with any Flapper or starlet costume! Loosely knot the necklace halfway down or wrap it several times for an authentic Roaring 20s look! JEWL90-NO

Green Round Glass Pearl Chinese Loose Beads 7.5mm 1 Str


Green Round Glass Pearl Chinese Loose Beads 7.5mm 1 Str


$3.97


One Strand Of Round Green Glass Chinese Pearl Beads Great For Beading, Craft Projects, Craft Enthusiasts & Making Necklaces, Bracelets & Earrings This is a new strand of round green glass Chinese pearl beads Great for beading, craft projects, craft enthusiasts and making necklaces, bracelets, earrings and other jewelry These will add flair to any clothing item or jewelry Each measures approximately 7.5 mm (5/16) in diameter The size and amount of beads may vary per strand per order

The Last Bookaneer


The Last Bookaneer


$4.49


From the New York Times?bestselling author of the Dante Club, the story of an epic literary heist by a forgotten class of consummate criminals book’a-neer’ (book’k?ner’), n. a literary pirate; an individual capable of doing all that must be done in the universe of books that publishers, authors, and readers must not have a part in London, 1890?Pen Davenport is the most infamous bookaneer in Europe. A master of disguise, he makes his living stalking harbors, coffeehouses, and print shops for the latest manuscript to steal. But this golden age of publishing is on the verge of collapse. For a hundred years, loose copyright laws and a hungry reading public created a unique opportunity: books could easily be published abroad without an author?s permission. Authors gained fame but suffered financially?Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stevenson, to name a few?but publishers reaped enormous profits while readers bought books inexpensively. Yet on the eve of the twentieth century, a new international treaty is signed to grind this literary underground to a sharp halt. The bookaneers are on the verge of extinction. From the New York Times?bestselling author of The Dante Club, Matthew Pearl, The Last Bookaneer is the astonishing story of these literary thieves? epic final heist. On the island of Samoa, a dying Robert Louis Stevenson labors over a new novel. The thought of one last book from the great author fires the imaginations of the bookaneers, and soon Davenport sets out for the South Pacific accompanied by his assistant Fergins. But Davenport is hardly the only bookaneer with a mind to pirate Stevenson?s last novel. His longtime adversary, the monstrous Belial, appears on the island, and soon Davenport, Fergins, and Belial find themselves embroiled in a conflict larger, perhaps, than literature itself. In The Last

The Last Bookaneer


The Last Bookaneer


$5.99


The bestselling author of The Dante Club takes us deep into a shadowy era in publishing ruled by a forgotten class of criminalsA golden age of publishing on the verge of collapse. For a hundred years, loose copyright laws and a hungry reading public created a unique opportunity: Books could be published without an author?s permission with extraordinary ease. Authors gained fame but suffered financially?Charles Dickens, Mark Twain, Robert Louis Stevenson, to name a few?but publishers reaped enormous profits while readers got their books on the cheap. The literary pirates who stalked the harbors, coffeehouses, and printer shops for the latest manuscript to steal were known as bookaneers. Yet on the eve of the twentieth century, a new international treaty is signed to protect authors and grind this literary underground to a sharp halt. The bookaneers, of course, would become extinct. InThe Last Bookaneer, Matthew Pearl gives us a historical novel set inside the lost world of these doomed outlaws and the incredible heist that brought their era to a close. On the island of Samoa, a dying Robert Louis Stevenson labors over a new novel. The thought of one last book from the great author fires the imaginations of the bookaneers, and soon two adversaries?the gallant Pen Davenport and the monstrous Belial?set out for the south Pacific island. Pen Davenport?a tortured criminal genius haunted by his past?is reluctantly accompanied by Fergins, the narrator of our story, who has lived a quiet life of bookselling before being whisked across the world on his friend?s final caper. Fergins soon discovers the supreme thrill of aiding Davenport in his quest: to steal Stevenson?s manuscript and make a fortune before the new treaty ends the bookaneers? trade forever. Yet Samoa holds many secrets of its own, and the duo?s bookish concerns clash with the island?s violent destiny. A colonial war is afoot between the British

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