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This book also explores the financial stakes associated with cultured pearls, managing to effortlessly combine scientific, historical, cultural, and practical information.
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Pearls by Hubert Bari, David Lam & Katrina Fried (2010). Lavishly illustrated book on pearls. Pearls: A Natural History by Neil H. Landman, Paula M. Mikkelsen, Ridiger Bieler and Bennet Bronson (2001). One of the finest jewelry books in my collection, from two Sotheby's pros who provide an overview of important jewelry from the 19th century on. JAR Paris by Joel Rosenthal (2003).
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Far from an ordinary catalogue, Pearls seeks to educate its reader on not only the beauty of the pearls and jewelry featured in the exhibition, but also. more about "Pearls" the catalog.
Authors: Hubert Bari;David Lam. Collection: Design e arti applicate. Colour illustrations: 379. Related books: The Pink Pearl Hubert Bari Perle di vetro mediorientali e veneziane Augusto Panini Eternal Platinum Alba Cappellieri. Pearls are white, or so we think
Authors: Hubert Bari;David Lam. Category: Design and Applied arts. Pearls are white, or so we think. Since the success of Tahitian pearls, we know they can be black too, but few people are aware that they come in all colours. Who knows that they are formed by all molluscs, including the celebrated nautilus? And who knows how a pearl is formed?