3.5mm Akoya Pearl Bubble Earrings - By Mikimoto
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A playful design of bubbles using Akoya cultured pearls clustered together to mimic delicate bubbles. Featuring 3.5mm Akoya cultured pearls set in 18k white gold with Clip-Post fittings.
Mikimoto earned the nickname “The Pearl King.” As he once said, “My dream is to adorn the necks of all women around the world with pearls.”
Following World War II, Mikimoto opened stores around the world, with locations now in Paris, New York City, Los Angeles and Shanghai. Though its founder died in 1954, the Mikimoto company has continued to build on the legacy he established, producing collections of pearl necklaces and other pearl-centric jewelry that span a wide range of styles. In 2017, the brand reopened its flagship Tokyo store, tapping architect Hiroshi Naito to design a new glittering facade whose 40,000 tiny glass plates are meant to evoke the movement of the ocean as they catch the light. The place where Mikimoto had his legendary success over a century ago is now known as Mikimoto Pearl Island and includes a museum on his life and pearls. A highlight is the “Boss’s Necklace,” which was the first made by Mikimoto and is the model for all the brand’s classic strands that have followed.
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