by Joanne BRENT January 22, 2020
by Kristina Ganina September 02, 2019
In the past, harvesting pearls was only possible in the wild. This is because thousands upon thousands of oysters would need to be caught and opened just to source a few of these gems. As a result, centuries of pearl rushes and over-exploitation put a massive strain on this natural resource. However, with the invention and rise in popularity of cultivated pearl farming over the 20th century, this widespread large-scale fishing for oysters was finally put to an end.
by Anna Semiachko June 25, 2018
You can think of cultured pearls as "farmed" pearls while "wild-caught" pearls are those rarely found in the nature that appear without any human intervention. Both farmed and "wild" pearls grow in the same way...
by Anna Semiachko June 19, 2018
Namaka is an exquisite jewelry brand created by a family of dedicated pearl farmers that have been cultivating pearls of the highest quality for two generations. Namaka stores offer a wide selection of authentic Tahitian pearls crafted into unique and clever designs. Namaka jewelry is made by hand using enduring and natural materials that highlight the gem’s raw beauty.
Fakarava pearl farm in Tahiti, the source of Namaka pearls, is an officially certified pearl producer.
Namaka creates jewelry for those who appreciate timeless and naturally authentic works of art.
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