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The ultra-feminine conch pearl has charmed traders and collectors alike for many years. In an era that celebrates individuality and rarity more than ever, these pink gems with porcelain-like lustre, continue to gain buyers’ undivided attention.
A world-leading marketplace for jewellery, gemstones, and industry-related design, manufacturing and retail solutions, the June Hong Kong Jewellery & Gem Fair is offering its exceptional brand of sourcing experience to thousands of buyers starting from today.
According to 2018 export figures from the Marine and Mining Resources Department of French Polynesia, Hong Kong continues to be the largest importer of Tahitian pearls, commanding a 63 percent share in total export weight and 57 percent in export value.
The Bahrain Institute for Pearls and Gemstones (DANAT) shone the spotlight on the pearling heritage of Bahrain and Russia at a seminar on the sidelines of the International Jewelry Exhibition in St. Petersburg.
The indubitable charisma of pearls transcends trends and generations. For centuries, these treasured gems from the sea have fascinated connoisseurs and traders alike, instilling an endearing pearl-loving culture in the global gemstone and jewellery sector.
A leading player in China’s pearl sector, Ruans Pearl (Holding) Co Ltd has been in the business for more than three decades. Creating a successful pearl brand however is only part of the company’s ambition – more importantly, it aims to change the market’s perception of pearls.