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Ise-Shima Akoya Pearl White Baby Baroque 1 Strand

Ise-Shima Akoya Pearl White Baby Baroque 1 Strand

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Akoya Pearl White Baby Baroque from Ise Shima, Mie Prefecture 1 Strand

Strand length: about 40cm
Size: About 4.0-4.5mm

Akoya pearls from Ise Shima, Mie Prefecture

This is a baroque bead with a faint pink toning on white lustrous pearls.

Pearls are organic matter, each one has a delicate color and no two are exactly the same.
In order to match the color of the pearl to some extent, a process called toning has been performed since ancient times.

This process obviously does not change the color,

It is said to be an enhancement with the image of applying light makeup to pearls.

A beautiful white pearl with a lovely cherry blossom color added to it, making it a beautiful bead with a glossy sheen.

The small baroque, which is attractive for its natural beauty, does not stand out too much, and the bead holes are pierced at positions that are easy to process when making accessories.

It includes wrinkles and dimples seen in Baroque, but it has a glossy and lovely form.
Beautiful beads with slightly pinkish white body color and interference colors such as pink and green.


Demand for beautiful Akoya pearls is increasing, mainly from overseas, but the current situation is that the supply cannot keep up with the death of mother oysters and the decrease in the number of aquaculture companies. It is conceivable that the opportunity to easily obtain good quality items will decrease.

Bringing Akoya pearls closer to your daily life.
This is a dish that was selected with that in mind.

Although it is small, each grain has a strong presence.
There are many beads in one row, so please enjoy various arrangements.

*Items and accessories are not included.


The work example is not included in the item.
Due to the characteristics of natural stone, there may be cracks, inclusions, chips, etc., and the color, shape, and size may not be uniform.
Please consider the above after acknowledging.
I have posted a lot of photos that are as close to the real thing as possible,
Colors may look different depending on your monitor.

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