Bali Legacy

Rolltide
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by Rolltide » 1 month ago

I must admit I do own some Bali pieces, but I had no idea about the stuff you all are talking about. However, I never felt comfortable with their culture because of their religion, and how they dance around naked with each other. So overall, including the things you are mentioning, I definitely would not be comfortable in their culture at all, and would probably starve to death, too, lol.
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anniebelle
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by anniebelle » 1 month ago

But, they do make the most beautiful jewelry in the world!!!
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Harlequin
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by Harlequin » 1 month ago

Hey JQ.... didn’t get my 👀s closed in time 🤣😂🤮. Oh my gosh, I would starve to death.
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RoseyRuby
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by RoseyRuby » 1 month ago

JewelryQueen wrote:
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@RoseyRuby

Lynette--Close your eyes!!!

Oh you mean the raw sliced pork with pork blood salad. Or the fruit salad with shrimp paste in tuna juice. The deep fried bats?? Or possibly the large fried Sago worms. None very appealing in my book.
Nope. Didn't know about that weird stuff either. You're BARKING up the wrong tree...hint, hint.
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Boston Irish
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by Boston Irish » 1 month ago

I have many Bali pieces Love Love Love them all !😊🍀
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Hot4TENER
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by Hot4TENER » 1 month ago

I looked it up. It made me sick. Don’t do it!!! There’s a huge market for dogs. The process is truly horrible. It’s a big industry there. Rosey, look at the positive side... if people are employed making jewelry, then hopefully there will be less canine hunters. Maybe slc employing artisans there is a good thing.
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CJM
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by CJM » 1 month ago

I like the Bali legacy only to a point. I wish the silver wasn’t so oxidized. I bought a bracelet some time ago that I returned. I love the shine of silver. Is oxidation a relatively new technique or have they always done it? As far as culture what turns you or me off has been normal to them for centuries. I have wondered if any company that enlists their talent compensate them accordingly?!
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Boston Irish
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by Boston Irish » 1 month ago

China has the biggest Dog market for food! Could not believe it also Cats.😪😱🍀
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Gem Lover
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by Gem Lover » 1 month ago

I am always signing petitions to stop the dog meat trade, they send me updates when they shut some of them down, these people work on rescuing and helping the dogs.
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TDC
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Re: Bali Legacy

Post by TDC » 1 month ago

I was disappointed in the Bali Legacy shows on Sunday. They didn't show very many pieces at all and the pieces that they showed were just okay. This was disappointing because there are so many beautiful Bali Legacy pieces online. They took up several hours that could have been attributed to some of that beautiful Bali Legacy pieces that they have, to show the "Bobby Dazzler" and that perfume. Shop LC, in the future let the Bali Legacy shows be Bali Legacy and please, please show more items than were shown this time. I love Bali Legacy but I was very disappointed. I understand that there are changes taking place at Shop LC but you can do better and you have done better in the past. I want to continue to buy my Bali items from Shop LC and not have to go to the other network because they have better variety/selection. Love you Shop LC!!!
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