For Immediate Release, 16th August, 2019 Hong Kong
Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong hosted the Pealfection Moment cocktail at Wheelock Lounge on 13th August, 2019. Over 180 guests and members of Club Wheelock attended the star-studded party. Various fun-filled activities had been held at Wheelock Lounge of Wheelock Properties for members to build a vibrant community as well as promote healthy and quality lifestyles. Officiating guests included the Managing Director of Wheelock Properties, Mr Ricky Wong and the Co-President of Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong, Ms. Amy Yan.- Pop star Eunice Chan, Miss Jewelry Hong Kong Miss Kimmy Low, artist Miss Jacqueline Chen, model Stephen H, etc., were also invited to showcase winning pieces in the Tahitian pearl category of the JNA Jewellery Design Competition and other uniquely designed Tahitian pearl jewellery.
Pearlfection Moment was well-programmed with a lively opening Tahitian dance performance, Tahitian pearl catwalk show and a charity sale. Tahitian Pearl Association Hong enabled participants to get to know Tahitian pearl closely and made the night fruitful and enjoyable.
During the Tahitian pearl show, Miss Jewelry Hong Kong Miss Kimmy Low modelled three eye-catching winning pieces in jewellery design competitions, one of which was a merit award piece in the JNA Jewellery Design Competition (Tahitian Pearl Category – Asymmetric Perfection). Designed by Rozaliya Nicheva from Bulgaria, manufactured by Rio Pearl of Hong Kong and titled Adagio, both the necklace and the bracelet of the piece were created with more than a hundred Tahitian pearls Keshi of different shapes. This unique piece of jewelry with layered beauty is particularly charismatic.
Kimmy also modelled a brooch Black Swan designed by Eugene YJ Chen and manufactured by Man Sang Jewellery (Hong Kong) Limited. The design was inspired by the ballet Swan Lake and the opera The Magic Flute. Complemented by earrings and ring provided together by Man Sang Jewellery (Hong Kong) Limited, the tear-shaped earrings adds to the splendor of the brooch while the round Tahitian pearl ring exhibits a strive-for-perfection attitude.
With the companion of Christmas songs, Kimmy displayed the jewellery piece titled Joy of Xmas, which was a merit award piece in the JNA Jewellery Design Competition. The piece also received the TPAHK Best Craftsmanship Award. Designed by Shahrzad Givi and manufactured by Rio Pearl, the vivid fur of the deer is simply unforgettable. The ring designed as a deer holds a 17mm Tahitian baroque pearl and appears to be presenting gifts to the guests, while the necklace was designed with ingenuity that the pearl in the middle serves to protect the wearer from invasion by negativity.
Hong Kong artist Jacqueline Chen modelled two sets of classic Tahitian pearl piece, including a floral jewellery set of Joyfook Jewellery. Crafted with a 16.3mm flawless Tahitian pearl complemented by diamond, the design of the necklace is simple and refreshing. The elegant and fashionable floral diamond earrings were made from 12.5mm Tahitian pearl. The bracelet is simple, graceful and suitable for daily wear. Matching it with necklace and earrings, you are perfectly dressed.
Another piece was a long necklace designed by Chen Hui Ci, titled Love and Sea. It was a merit award piece in the JNA Jewellery Design Competition and was manufactured by Man Sang Jewellery (Hong Kong) Limited. The design of two fish in the vast sea getting to know and falling in love with each other demonstrates the love illustrated by the designer. The round-shaped and tear-shaped Tahitian pearl is matched with shell-attached Mabe pearl. Complemented by simple and elegant round Tahitian pearl earrings and ring, the long necklace piece looked grand and classy.
Stylish model Stephen warmed up the party in an instant. He displayed the magnificent champion piece of the Tahitian Pearl Category of the JNA Jewellery Design Competition. Matching with the theme, renowned Italian designer Alessio Boschi designed The Leonidas Man Set with different shapes of Tahitian pearls. The pendant in the shape of a sword can be detached to become a brooch.
The final major guest in the show was pop star Eunice Chan Sze Yan. Her sumptuous red evening gown was the perfect match for the floral jewellery set from Arcadia Jewellery. The floral necklace was designed for various use. Four different ways to wear the necklace make it suitable for daily wear as well as wearing in formal occasions. For daily wear, the little flower can be detached to become a pendant or brooch. The little pendant can also be attached depending on different occasions. The fan-shaped earrings, floral ring and necklace are the perfect combination.
Having enjoyed the sparkling and enchanting Tahitian pearl show, the guests quickly went to pick their desired Tahitian pearl jewelry in the charity sale. The benefit would be donated to Haven of Hope Christian Service. With the support from Wheelock Properties, Co-President of Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong, Ms. Amy Yan and club members, Pearlfection Moment concluded successfully. Special acknowledgement for the following members in sponsoring products for lucky draw and charity sale: Man Sang Jewellery (Hong Kong) Ltd., Eastern Pearl Co. Ltd., Tai Hai Yang Ltd., Joyfook Jewellery, Gyso Pearls & Jewellery Ltd., Chan Ming Wing Pearl International Ltd., Rio Pearl & etc.
About Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong
Tahitian Pearl Association Hong Kong is a jewelry industry association in Hong Kong. Founded on 5 December 2007, with support from the French Polynesian government, it is approaching its twelfth anniversary. Their mission has always been to enhance sustainability of the Tahitian pearl market and to promote the beauty of Tahitian pearl to the industry, designers and the public. In recent years, the association has sponsored various international jewellery design competitions, Miss Jewelry Hong Kong and has organized study tours for wholesalers, retailers and designers to French Polynesia (Tahiti), enabling them to get to know Tahiti and Tahitian pearl from different aspects.
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