Nice tour and not too long. Gives a good insight into how pearls are produced. It obviously takes a lot of time and effort. I understand more now as to why good ones are so expensive. Tour took in everything from growing the oyster to removing the pearls years later. The guide was excellent and showed us all areas including the laboratory. Afterwards a brief showing as to the grading of pearls and how to look at them. Lots of nice pearls in the showroom, but a bit too much for us.
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