The Hope Pearl is one of the most famous salt water pearls. It is so named because it was owned my Henry Philip Hope, who is also recognized for owning the Hope Diamond. This pearl is gold and white and weighs 1,800 grains. It is currently residing in the British Museum of Natural History.
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The Hope Pearl is one of the most famous salt water pearls #jewelry
Two little girls read a board advertising carrots instead of ice lollies due to wartime shortages of chocolate and ice cream, 1941.
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Two little girls read a board advertising carrots instead of ice lollies. Wartime shortages of chocolate and ice cream made such substitutions a necessity, London, April 1941. #Wartime #children #icecream
Beach police, swimsuits no higher than six inches above knee - Washington DC 1920...