Ph South Sea pearls: A treasure of living gems
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One of the rarest and most beautiful living gems in the world can be found in Palawan. Known the world over as the Philippine South Sea pearls, they come in warm and natural colors that range from white, crème rose, champagne, and deep, rich gold. Jewelmer, a company that pioneers in producing these pearls, just unveiled its collection for spring/summer 2017 at the Pinto Museum in Antipolo City.
Fojas, S. G. C.(2017, January 29). Ph South Sea pearls: A treasure of living gems. Manila Bulletin, p.E-4.
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