What is Mother of Pearl?
Mother-of-pearl is the iridescent inside lining of a mollusk shell. It is most commonly found in three types of mollusks—pearl oysters, freshwater mussels, and abalone. To protect the inside of their shells from parasites and foreign irritants, the mollusk coats it with a nacre—an organic substance that gives mother-of-pearl its iridescent effect and distinct beauty. This multicolored iridescence is caused by the way light reflects on the layers of nacre on the shell.
Mother-of-pearl is a material prized by the brand and is found naturally in certain shells. It illuminates jewelry creations with its sparkling reflections, imparting a spirit of femininity, softness, and protection. Mother-of-pearl is particularly prominent in the Alhambra®, Deux Papillons, and Rose de Noël™ jewelry collections. For example, dupe van cleef necklace mother of pearl.
For white mother-of-pearl, fake 18k gold mother of pearl alhambra 10 flowers necklace focuses primarily on Australia, which produces mother-of-pearl varieties known for their uniform surface and subtle iridescence. Australia also offers the brand’s gold mother-of-pearl, chosen for its warm tones, smooth surface, and lustrous hue. Finally, gray mother-of-pearl originates from French Polynesia and is known for its harmonious gray-silver tones and captivating radiance.
To ensure that their pieces are properly cared for, it is recommended to clean mother-of-pearl with purified water or a soft, dry cloth. Contact with cosmetics should be avoided. Mother-of-pearl is a delicate material and must be stored in a box lined with cotton.
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