Um, that's not the answer that comes to my mind.
Interested, visit Stauer
google "Stauer free pearls"
Apparently someone did try it out, and the pearl she got weren't as advertised. You could buy some $10 that would look better than those ones. (All they charge is the $35 shipping, but it's $35 for craping jewelry.)
I always get my pearl necklaces for free
But what exactly does that picture have to do with it?
"Extremely Limited Availability"
Sounds like a one-shot deal.
I could have had my 10 year old daughter make me something that looked just as nice with supplies we bought at a craft store. Besides being PINK not white, they just look cheap. They are not even worth the ridiculous shipping and handling cost. BUYER BEWARE!
Perfect assessment Tammy.
Thanks for the comment.
This made me ROFL!!!!!!!!!
S-C-A-M. That spells necklace
$295? The lady last night only charged me $50.
An obvious scam. I get pearls every time I go to China for $1-10 per strand for el-cheap0 pearls. Even great ones are not that expensive over there...but the markup here is 10,000% or more. Jewelers will appraise for $300 for "replacement value" for general purposes so-as not to make their own pearls look way overpriced, but they aren't worth a hill of beans if you ever wanted to really put a retail or resale value on them.
Even looking at the picture, it's obvious they are cheap, poor quality pearls.