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Apr 05, 2011
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my pearl
by: dan

HI Kari its Dan MMcalpine. Just thort i would let you no i sent a x-ray of my pearl to you. if you could have a look it would be great thanks.

Mar 23, 2011
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i found a pearl
by: daniel mcalpine

hi Keri its Daniel Mcalpine from Bundaberg QLD just letting you no i have sent a picture of my pearl and it is added to my page so if you could have a look and get back to me. thanks very much. P.S did you get my other pictures i sent to you.? the won i just added to my page is the best of them.

Mar 23, 2011
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i found a pearl
by: Daniel mcalpine

Hi Keri its Daniel Mcalpine from Bundaberg QLD. I was wondering if you got my photos yet thank you

Mar 21, 2011
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Nice size natural pearl
by: Kari

Hi Daniel,

That's a nice size for a natural pearl. Please send me photos to: karipearls(AT)gmail(DOT)com and I'll add them to your page. Looking forward to seeing your pearl!

Mar 21, 2011
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i found a pearl
by: daniel mcalpine

Hi Kari its Dan from Bundaberg Queensland. a bout my pearl? i come a cross a ruler and my pearl is 9 to 10 mm long and 6 to 7 mm wide. if i can ill send in some photos. a gain thanks Keri for any replys

Mar 16, 2011
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found a natural pearl
by: daniel

hi Kari its Daniel from Bundaberg [QUEENSLAND][AUSTRALIA]thanks for getting back yo me so soon . a bout my pearl. one thing i dident tell you it was from a natural oyster of one of our beaches. It wasent a oysters i purchased. I dont no if that makes any difference? thanks a gain for your replies

Mar 16, 2011
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Lucky You!
by: Kari

Hi Daniel,

I just found this related article and thought you'd enjoy it.

Pearler of an an award for oyster grower

Wednesday, 16/03/2011

Pearls are an unexpected bonus for an award-winning oyster farmer from the south coast of NSW.

Allan McIntrye, of Hazelgrove Oysters at Pambula Lake, is one of the national aquaculture winners for top oysters, and his by-product pearls are a bonus from producing native rock oysters in the thousands.

The biggest surprise he's found?

"Probably about the size of a tic-tac, I reckon! You get little pearls, probably the size of a peppercorn, more like a jelly bean, and my sister down at the lake has a film canister half full of little pearls."


Source for article on pearler of a reward.

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