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June, 2004 - Nr. 6


The Editor
Vorsicht Satire!
Vienna Connection
Rachel Seilern
Zurich Connection
Dear Mom
KW & Beyond
Concert Season's End
Old Customs in New World
Heidelberg Village
Royalty in Burlington
Dick reports...
President's Pep Talk
Nachfolger von Rau
German Cuisine
Sybille reports
Ham Se det jehört?
Health Newsletter
Drugging of Children
Continental Divide
Via Salzburg
Event at The Fringe
Pearls in Color
No to Film Scene
German Beauty in Troy
A Truly Canadian Experience
Children's Writer
Returned to Bremen
Bach Festival 100th
Slow Meltdown
New Immigration Law
US Author in Berlin
German Olympians
Training for Olympics
Bremen Captures Trophy

Pearls in Colour

  A selection of spectacular pearls (both cultured commercial products and natural curiosities) showcase a breathtaking variety of colours and shapes, including a small natural blue mussel pearl (Mytilus edulis), large white and gold South Sea cultured pearls (Pinctada maxima), a black Tahitian cultured pearl (Pinctada margaritifera), and a natural pink conch pearl (Strombus gigas).

   Photo by Denis Finnin

Pearls from the American Museum of Natural History, The Field Museum, Susan Hendrickson, Frank Mastoloni & Sons, and Gayle Pollock collections.

© American Museum of Natural History

See: Pearls at the ROM


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