Pearls My Mother Wore

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I gave it to Ellie -- so fitting since she is my grandmother's namesake. Since Mom died, I have come to realize the splendor and joy when giving with a warm hand. A local jeweler resized the ring for Ellie.

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Grandma and I, oddly, given the difference in generations, had the same size seven hands and feet. Ellie has my mother's small-boned hands.


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The ring was polished, taken down nearly two sizes and the small diamonds reset. It was perfect.

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In the gallery, I spied a ring in a case of one-of-a-kind jewels. Set in white gold, it was a flat, natural pearl -- its color neither white nor pink, its surface neither smooth nor rough, with a delicate swirl of tiny pave diamonds above and below so the pearl appeared to float.


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It was something I uncharacteristically desired -- having never been one for jewels, let alone rings which I feel draw attention to my working hands. Mom was never a jewelry person either, and never bought anything of value for herself. What she left in her small, yet elegant, collection are pieces that were either my grandmother's or bought for her by her husband -- most of which, she rarely wore save an "Egyptian head" brooch that is an unidentifiable metal which she bought for herself at Sylvia Pines Uniquites her favorite antique store on New York City's Lexington Avenue.

I cherish the few pieces Mom either gave me from her collection or bought for me at Sylvia Pines. I had some money tucked away it's usually what I slip the kids whenever I see them - I'm always good for fifty bucks here and there.

I went through my jewelry box and pulled out some things that have been lying in there for the last 25 years none given to me by Mom. Nearly every shop window from the shoemaker to the jeweler have bold signs "We Buy Your Old Gold," and so I went with my gold in a baggie. Add this long pearl-adorned necklace to a black sheath dress for a sophisticated, go-anywhere look. By Southern Living. Pin ellipsis More. Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the links included, we may earn commission.

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Image zoom. Exhibit A? These gorgeous pearl-and-crystal clusters. Replay gallery. Ashley Collman.

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Photos of the male lawmakers wearing the necklaces went viral. Kimberly Morin, president of the pro-gun Women's Defense League of NH, said her group handed the necklaces out because they have become of a symbol of their group.