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Pearl farm in French Polynesia

It takes almost 5 years for the whole cultivation process for a Tahitian pearl. 3 years for the growth of a baby oyster and 18 months for the first graft of pearl (8-10 mm).

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Supplier Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong

The name Pearl of the Orient has taken a new meaning for Hong Kong as the city has evolved into a leading pearl centre. With eight Tahitian pearl auctions being held in the territory annually, the Tahitian pearl trade has seen rapid growth in Hong Kong, which took over Japan as French Polynesia’s most important pearl trading partner in 2006. To tap the huge market in Greater China, chairman of GIE Perles de Tahitian, Mr. Alfred Martin collaborated with major pearl players in Hong Kong – Mr. Chan Ming Wing, Mr. Johnny Cheng and Mr. Tony Ng – to embark on the establishment of the market body for Tahiti Cultured Pearls in Hong Kong this September. With the support of the Ministry of Perliculture of the French Polynesian government and GIE Perles de Tahiti, the Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong was born on December 5, 2007. Our aim is to enhance the image of Tahiti Cultured Pearls among consumers through consistent promotion in Greater China and to update the market with the latest and the most comprehensive information of the pearl, eventually boosting the value and expanding the market of Tahiti Cultured Pearls. We invite sincerely pearl wholesalers and jewellery wholesalers and retailers in Greater China to join the association. We look forward to your great support!

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