Holidays and Festivals

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Chinese New Year 2015

  Chinese New Year 2015 The Chinese Dragon and the Flaming Pearl   Chinese New Year 2015 is 19th February and this year is the Year of the Sheep. However, the most enduring image of Chinese New Year Festivals is that of the writhing dragon with a huge pearl under his chin. This image of the dragon chasing a pearl surrounded by flames is also commonly seen in embroideries and in paintings. So, what does it mean? In Western literature and mythology, the dragon

Posted On: 23/02/2015

Christmas Gifts

  Christmas Gifts Find the perfect Christmas Gift for your family and friends   At Pearl Island we're preparing early for winter, that's why we're offering a fantastic range of luxury pearls at affordable price so that you can enjoy an even better Christmas this year. The history of Christmas Some believe the origin of Christmas came from the year 1 C.E when three wise men travelled from the East bearing expensive gifts of gold, frankinc

Posted On: 26/09/2014

Mothers day gifts, Personalised mothers day gifts - Pearl Island

  Mothers day gifts, Personalised mothers day gifts   Mothering Sunday, normally known as Mother's Day, is a festival whose history goes back into the mists of time and the history of ancient Greece when people held a celebration in honour of Rhea, the wife of the god, Cronos. The ancient Romans took over the festival (or "hilaria" as they called festivals) to celebrate Cybele, the mother of the gods and the festival was named the Hilaria Matris Deum. D

Posted On: 01/03/2013

The Year of the Snake 2013, Pearl Pendant with Sterling Silver Snake Chain

  The Year of the Snake 2013 The coming Chinese New Year is on Sunday, 10th February 2013. Most Chinese call it “the Spring Festival”, because it marks the end of the winter and the beginning of the spring in the Chinese Lunar calendar. It is the biggest Festival in China in 2013 and the celebration is the Chinese Year of the Snake. A person born in the Year of the Snake is said to be a smart person. They are cool not overcome by emotion and think o

Posted On: 03/02/2013

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