Misaki celebrates the purity of pearls with new Pearlity collection

Misaki is showcasing its expertise as a pearl jewellery brand with the launch of the new Pearlity collection, which will be unveiled at next month’s TFWA World Exhibition (Stand Number: Yellow Village E26).

The Monte Carlo-based company said the collection is inspired by a “return to essentials” approach where pearls are celebrated as treasures of nature.

Pearlity – which stands for pearls and purity – comprises 30 themes, and features freshwater cultured pearls, Tahiti pearls, South Sea pearls, Mother of Pearl and Misaki’s technologically advanced Handmade X-Treme Lustre pearls.

The Pearlity collection features freshwater cultured pearls, Tahiti pearls, South Sea pearls, Mother of Pearl and Misaki’s Handmade X-Treme Lustre pearls

Key themes include the First set with dark cultured Freshwater pearls set in rose gold plated sterling silver 925 in a combination of geometric shapes and flowing contours. Articulated components allow the ring to be worn in two different ways, ‘open’ or ‘closed’.

The Adore set aims to offer a touch of Parisian chic to any style with its Misaki Handmade X-Treme Lustre emulated pearls and freshwater cultured pearls. The earrings display a prong setting on the top pearl and the matching sautoir reveals open work on decorative elements set with white pavé Cubic Zirconium.

The True bracelet is a minimalist adjustable sterling silver 925 bangle showcasing a 12-13mm button shaped freshwater cultured silver, white or black pearl.

The Love set, described as “a true classic” suitable for romantic occasions such as Valentine’s Day, combines white freshwater cultured pearls with a sterling silver 925 heart and two decorative elements set with pavé Cubic Zirconium.

The Enjoy necklaces feature Misaki’s Handmade X-Treme Lustre pearls with a sterling silver 925 bead covered with white Cubic Zirconium in a pavé setting. They are available in rose or Hamilton Gold plating.

The Agate line combines white Freshwater cultured pearls with agate stones, which have a history of being used as talismans, according to Misaki.

The See freshwater cultured pearl glass holder, which doubles up as a sautoir, is available in white, pink or black.

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