Rarest Strand of Golden Pearls Took 37 Years to Make
It took 37 years for Jewelmer Joaillerie to put together a singular, spectacular strand of flawless South Sea golden pearls.
When it was done, many tears were shed at the company’s headquarters in Palawan, as the strand embodies the company’s long journey since its founding in 1979.
“This strand surpasses our highest expectations,” says Jacques Christophe Branellec, Jewelmer’s executive vice president and deputy CEO. “It’s the unfolding of a miracle.”
It takes almost five years for a pearl to emerge from its mother oyster, usually with an average size of 10 to 13
The strand was named The Palawan in
“Palawan is one of the most sensitive marine environments in the world. It’s the
Life is good.