Mikimoto is a high-end jewellery brand that is known for revolutionizing the beauty and shimmer of pearls. Kokichi Mikimoto created the world’s first cultured pearls in 1893 and has ever since seeked to harness the beauty of pearls and translating them into lustrous and beautiful jewellery. Kokichi Mikimoto founded his company with the dream to adorn the necks of all women around the world with pearls. Mikimoto’s pearl jewellery are designed to bring out the goddess within you and are adored by generations and genders across the globe. Mikimoto makes each design with a unique sense of artistry and Japanese aesthetic that has since been shaped by influences from around the world. Today, his brand and his vision live on the company’s superb quality and elegant designs and has become a synonymous brand for high quality pearl jewellery enthusiasts.
Mikimoto’s latest high jewellery collection The Jeux de Rubans Collection is inspired by ribbons and the shape of bows that resembles calm waves with its soft curves. The collection includes pieces that will enhance one’s beauty and lift spirits.
This necklace is beautifully crafted in white gold, Akoya cultured pearls and diamonds. The fluidly graceful lines of pearls and diamonds showcase a light airy ribbon fluttering in the wind. Bearing the signature of Mikimoto, the graceful curves of the diamonds capture the timeless allure of the design.
These earrings creatively immortalize the moment a knot of a ribbon comes undone and is crafted in white gold, Akoya cultured pearls and diamonds. By embracing a sense of hidden excitement, the asymmetric design of this earring is a whimsical luxury at its best.
Mikimoto was the first jeweler to start designing tiaras in Japan. Made in white gold, Conch pearls, Akoya cultured pearls and diamonds, the tiara from Jeux de Rubans Collection is a perfect mixture of sophistication and modernity. With a bow shaped design placed in the center in diamonds and a pink Conch Pearl, this tiara can make anyone feel like a princess!
This brooch/necklace is amazingly crafted in white gold, white cultured pearls, Akoya cultured pearls, Sapphire and diamonds and showcases multiple strands of white pearls with a flower brooch that embodies a flower that blooms only for a short moment while ribbons flutter in the wind. The wonderful gradation of pink sapphires in the flower add a touch of color and shine to the pearl necklace.
This brooch is crafted in white gold, Conch pearls, Sapphire and diamonds and showcase a light airy lace ribbon that is gently tied into a bow and is luxuriously paired with a pink pearl. This brooch uses the vivid memory of ribbons and turns it into an elegant piece of design that brings joy to the mind.
This necklace beautifully displays a bow made of diamonds and is placed on top of two separate patches of white pearls varying in size. The bow is placed in such a way that it appears to be holding the two patches of pearls in place. The wonderful movement and placement of pearls and the diamonds and the bow placed on top of it, makes this necklace unique and one of a kind.
Jeux de Rubans Bracelet:
This bracelet is made with two strands of white pearls with a small bow shaped ribbon made in silver and studded in diamonds placed on the center with a string of pearls hanging from it. The bracelet also bears the signature of Mikimoto and looks simple yet so elegant.
Jeux de Rubans Necklace:
This necklace is beautifully crafted with two fluid strands of pearls with small circular diamonds between them and showcases a light airy bow. The strings of the bow are made of pearls and diamonds respectively and has blue pearls attached to the ending which add a spark of color and shine to the necklace.
Jeux de Rubans Pendants and earrings:
This pendant simply contains a small bow shaped design made of diamonds and a single pearl attached to it. It is also available in different colors and variations and can be matched with different chains. Similar to the pendants the earrings contain the bow shaped design with a single pearl and can be matched with the pendant and worn as a set.
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