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  • Tahitian pearl and diamond brooch from Joyfook Jewelry
  • Tahitian pearl, diamond and enamel earrings from R W Jewellery Company Limited
  • A fine selection of Tahitian pearl jewellery from TPAHK members
  • (From left) Amy Yan, co-president of TPAHK and Shirley Yuen, CEO of Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce
  • Miss Tourism International Debbie Lo wears a multi-functional long necklace and earrings sponsored by Eastern Pearl Jewellery. The ring is from Gyso Pearls & Jewellery Ltd.
  • Miss International (Hong Kong representative) Kaye Cheung wears award-winning ‘Love and Sea’ necklace designed by Chen Hui Ci and manufactured by Man Sang Jewellery (Hong Kong) Ltd.
  • Miss Jewelry Hong Kong Kimmy Low models an award-winning ‘Adagio’ Tahitian pearl necklace and bangle designed by Rozaliya Nicheva and manufactured by Rio Pearl.

The true beauty of Tahitian pearls


Tahitian pearl owes its beauty to the incredible array of iridescent colours from light creamy grey to regal green, peacock and deep black. Its substantial size comes as another wow factor. A single Tahitian pearl sitting on a streamlined band is all it takes to cast a gracious spell. Its orient heightens on the hands of our loved ones. Early in January this year, for instance, we saw the true beauty of the pearl when it exerted its influence on caring for community needs.


The Pearl Charity Night, co-organised by the Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong (TPAHK) and the Women Executive Club of the Hong Kong General Chamber of Commerce, was held on 14 January 2020 in hope for helping local children in need.


The event received generous support from the TPAHK members who donated ample Tahitian pearl jewellery including rings, earrings, brooches, pendants, bracelets, and business card holders made of Tahitian pearl oysters. The charitable occasion attracted over 100 kind-hearted jewellery afficionados. All proceeds from the sale went to the Hong Kong Society for the Protection of Children.


Besides the beneficent sale, a jewellery parade and a jewellery mix-and-match session were also held to share with the guests more about Tahitian pearls. Miss Jewelry Hong Kong Kimmy Lo and Miss International (Hong Kong representative) Kaye Cheung modelled fabulous award-winning Tahitian pearl jewellery. Over the mix-and-match, Miss Tourism International and image consultant Debbie Lo showed people valuable tips of wearing Tahitian pearl jewellery in a creative and personal way.


Last year, TPAHK also endeavoured to take part in charitable events in a bid to contribute more to the society while promoting sustainable development of Tahitian pearls. The association also sponsored a number of jewellery design contests, granting winning designers a chance to study abroad.


When facing the novel coronavirus crisis, TPAHK says they would do more for charitable events in future to offer help to those in need, bringing out the true beauty of Tahitian pearls.


With the support from the Ministry of Perliculture of the French Polynesian government and GIE Perles de Tahiti (former promotion authority of Tahitian pearls), TPAHK was established on 5 December 2007 in Hong Kong.  It aims to consolidate the prestigious image and spread the culture of Tahitian pearls among industry players and consumers, promote its real value and prompt healthy market growth, eventually boosting the value and expanding the market of Tahitian pearls.


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