Monday, July 27, 2015

In Search of the Black Pearl #Giveaway

 Pearls are the gems of the ocean. Tahitian Pearls are dark and exotic and they look beautiful with so many different outfits! Often referred to as black, they actually have a remarkable color range that covers the spectrum! 


Quote: "Coco Chanel used to talk about wearing more than one string of pearls. Why wear one if you can wear two, or something to that effect. I think that one string of pearls is just fine. But that's because my pearls are black, hers were white.” --C. Joybell C.

About our Sponsor: "Founded in 1996 and brought online in 2000, Pearl Paradise has grown into the world's largest online pearl company, with 2006 sales topping $20 million. With a custom-built, 1,400-cubic-foot vault filled with pearls, we offer a selection of pearls unlike any other pearl seller, online or off. Our commitment to offering prices 80 percent below retail has accelerated our growth.
With more than 100,000 satisfied customers to date, we have benefited greatly by word-of-mouth advertising. Our commitment to quality, customer service, and unbeatable pricing and selection has helped us become the Internet’s premier source of pearl jewelry."
 
A GAL NEEDS...and  PearlParadise.com along with some other amazing bloggers have partnered up to bring you an amazing giveaway!

Giveaway: One lucky winner will receive a Cherish Collection Tahitian Baroque Pearl Pendant, like the one pictured above. It will be between 10.0 and 11.0 mm and come with its own certified appraisal. Often the appraisal is significantly more than the actual online retail price! Retail price is $180.00. Read more about this pendant at A GAL NEEDS... review here!

Open to U.S only, age 21+, one entrant per household. Remember the more entries you complete, the better your chances are for winning!

Thank you to the great bloggers who are participating in this giveaway. Please consider liking all the participating bloggers on Facebook. They work hard to bring you this event and others like it! You wouldn't want to miss out on any future events! Sponsor is responsible for delivery of prizes, not participating bloggers. This blog received no monetary or other compensation for the facilitation of this giveaway. Enter the giveaway in the Rafflecopter below. Giveaway runs from 7/26/15 thru 8/14/15. Good luck!  a Rafflecopter giveaway 

20 comments:

Xty C said...

I like the 6.5-7.0 mm Black Freshwater Pearl Bracelet

Sara said...

I Like that there are a variety of shapes and sizes of pearls available. Love the variety of colors as well.

Jennifer Clay said...

I really like the 7.0-7.5 mm AA+ Black Akoya Pearl Bracelet

stacey geeters said...

I love the lavender and chocolate ones. So beautiful but so are the black ones

Biki said...

I love the iridescent colors and it's so neat that it's the only one that can do a full color spectrum

luvrchicks said...

I love the Tahitian Round Pearl Leather Necklace.

JLin Mei said...

18-inch 15.0-16.2 mm Golden South Sea Pearl Necklace

Jennifer Pellicone said...

I LOVE the
18-inch 14.1-16.4 mm Multicolor South Sea Pearl Necklace! Stunning!
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Gabrielle Dunai said...

I love the color of the pearl.

Ronda said...

I like the 18-inch 14.1-16.4 mm Multicolor South Sea Pearl Necklace.

rblbsh28 said...

I love the eve collection ring

Leslie Harris said...

TAP-Embrace would be my first choice

susiehurfy said...

I love the Blossom Collection Tahitian Pearl Dangle Earrings in dark silver-black!

Leela said...

Embrace Collection White South Sea Pearl Pendant.

LAMusing said...

They are the second most valuable commercially farmed pearls in the world!
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Anonymous said...

I love the uniqueness. Patricia

alona y said...

I love the Ornate Collection Color-Shifting Metallic Drop Freshwater Pearl and Diamond Pendant.

karen beckett said...

I love the chocolate & the lavender pearls. Especialy the Lavender Freshadama Freshwater Pearl Set.

Anita said...

I love the pearl tin cup bracelet.

Norma said...

Tahitian pearls are considered to be the second most valuable commercially farmed pearls in the world!