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ADVICE & INFORMATION

 

MIEL.A TAHITI chooses and singles out, one after the other, all her pearls with the most attention at the pearl farmers, in order to offer to you the best quality of gemstones with a certificate of authenticity.

 

handling tips
For the maintenance of your Tahitian pearls and keishis

The density of the Tahiti's pearl supports moderately shocks, however it could be scratched if it touches other sharp jewels. So, you'd better wear your pearl lonely and tidy it in its individual bag. In order to keep all its brightness, you must also save it from chemical products: shampoo, soap, perfume, hair spray, cleaning bleach. You'd better take off your jewels before bathing. If you sweat very much during sport sessions, it is better to leave your pearls at home, some acid perspiration can quickly alter them.

It is very important to know that there is 2% water in a Tahiti's pearl. This water must not escape from the pearl otherwise it will be damaged. So, do not place your pearls right under the sun or near a window. If your home has air conditioning, let your pearls in the bathroom. If you have to let your pearls for a long time in a closet or a wooden case, where it could lack humidity, put it next to a glass of water. At last, wear it regularly, so that in contact with your skin, it will be hydrated and will keep all its beauty. By following these common sense advices, you will enjoy the beauty of your pearl for a long time.

 

handling tips
for the maintenance of your ei ao bubble

Pearls and keishis from the serie EI AO are naturally hydrated and protected by the glass globe and the liquid inside. The bubble jewels, although prepared with the best care, through precise manufacturing protocol, have to be handled with great carefulness. It is not recommaended to wear these jewels when involved in activities that could damage their confection: better avoid put them in water, let them in full sun or near heat source. The bubbles remains delicate, so avoid all contact with rough materials wich could scratch the glass surface and shocks. In order to optimize the appearance of your bubble you may wipe the glass of your jewel with a moistened cloth with vinegar of alcohol. If you travel by plane, be sure that the jewel is in pressurized cabin with you. When you shake the bubble jewel, maybe you observe the presence of very thin pellets: don't worry, the clarity, the transparency and the quality of the pearls ans keishis of your EI AO bubble will on no account be damaged.


specific features
of the pearl of Tahiti

These pearls are seen as belonging to the finest gemstone in the world. We appreciate their quality using some expertise criteria like:

  • the form
  • the luster
  • the glow
  • the color
  • the size
  • The form : Perfectly globular and symetrical pearls are rare, that is the reason why they win a great value. There are generally less than 5% by gathering. Besides these round pearls, other forms exist wich may inspire creators and jewelers, as rimmed, baroque, semi-round...
  • The luster and glow : The matter is the brightness, the brilliance of the pearl.
  • The color : Named for a long time "black pearls of Tahiti", theses pearls are basically dark, but they can display a wide variety of color shades like green, blue, champagne, pink, aubergine...
  • The size : Pearls diameter isvariable, generally 8 to 12 millimeters. Bigger pearls are a bit rare.

handling tips
for the tahitian shells

The nacre also named "mother of the pearl" is a natural and very strong material, produced by the same shells wich generate the pearls of Tahiti.
The advices and the maintenance are the same as for the pearl itself. Nacre is a living material.