Hello everyone, today i just wanted to share one of my favorite picture taken by my dad #stephanesayeb in my other dad's #francktehaamatai #pearl #farm in #fakarava. That's what I call #familybusiness !!!
This picture represents all the #buoys used to hang the #oysters while our famous #Tahitian #black #pearls are formed. 18 to 24 months depending on their constitution is the time the pinctada margaritifera variety cumingii will stay underwater to produce a pearl with a minimum of 0.8mm #nacre #layer #thickness which is a requirement of the #French #Polynesia government for our pearls to be exported out of the country.
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Pearls in Politics
The First Lady of the United States from 1961 to 1963, Jacqueline Kennedy was notorious for her exceptional elegance and style. She has made a significant impact on the arts and culture as well as fashion trends of her time.
She once said: “Pearls are always appropriate” and it is hard to disagree with her, especially looking at her glowing image in this famous photograph.
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The Girl with a Pearl Earring
Those who love art would surely be familiar with the painting “Girl with a Pearl Earring”. Oil on canvas, a masterpiece created by a Dutch painter Johannes Vermeer in the middle of the 17th century. She is wearing an exotic dress with an oriental turban, she threw a look over her shoulder, there is something captivating and intimate in the way she glances at the viewer. Her skin is smooth and tender, lips gently opened. A large pearl earring accentuates the graceful contour of her young face.