What is Mabe Pearl

What is Mabe Pearl?

Explore the allure of Mabe pearls in this captivating blog post! Discover the origins, cultivation, and unique characteristics of these half-sided pearls. From their formation process to their exclusive breeding at TASAKI, learn why Mabe pearls became Japan's symbol of beauty. Delve into the exquisite shapes, sizes, and varieties, including South Sea Mabe pearls renowned for their iridescent luster. Whether in earrings, rings, or pendants, Mabe pearls offer elegance and comfort. Embrace the trend with these unique half pearls, a chic choice for those seeking sophistication beyond traditional spherical pearls.
Mabe pearls, which have always been popular in the European and American markets, are not only the favorite of fashionable actresses but also have a variety of unique shapes and have won the favor of many men. So, what exactly are mabe pearls?
Mabe Pearl Earring
Mabe Pearl Earring (Click Picture to View Details)

Mabe pearls are half-sided pearls, also known as Mabe beads, steamed bun beads, semicircular beads, and Mabe beads. The word "Mabe" comes from Japan. Before the artificial seedling technology successfully cultivated mother oysters, the number of mother oysters surviving in Mabe beads was minimal. Because of its rare beauty and rarity, some people call it the "Dream Pearl." Mabe pearls are in short supply, so TASAKI has established an exclusive pearl breeding base and devotes itself to the research of pearl breeding day and night. In 1970, TASAKI successfully cultivated mabe pearls for the first time in the world, and mabe pearls became Japan's new symbol of beauty.
mabe pearl Pendant Necklace
Mabe Pearl Pendant Necklace (Click Picture to View Details)
The composition of mabe pearls is the same as that of ordinary seawater pearls, but the formation process is different. Mabe pearls are essentially regenerated pearls. Generally, after collecting cultured pearls, a semicircular pearl core is directly inserted into the inside of the mabe shell. The semicircular pearl core is attached to the mother-of-pearl oyster. On the inner wall, the nacre wraps the outer bead core layer by layer to form a semicircle.
Freshwater Necklace With Mabe Pearl Pendant
Freshwater Necklace With Mabe Pearl Pendant (Click Picture to View Details)
The cultivation of mabe pearls occurs in the last stage of the oyster's life. Before that, each pearl oyster can produce two round pearls first, and then 3 to 7 mabe pearls can be cultivated.
Mabe pearls are shaped like half moons; each is very large, generally 10 to 20 mm in diameter. In particular, South Sea Mabe pearls from Australia have high production and quality. Large particles, bright and exquisite iridescent luster, pure silvery white color, and smooth surface characterize them. , Various varieties can be cultivated by changing the core's shape, such as heart-shaped and teardrop.
mabe pearl ring
Mabe Pearl Ring (Click Picture to View Details)

Mabe pearls in various shapes to meet the different needs of consumers. The characteristic of mabe pearls is that the bottom is attached to the smooth inner case of pearl oysters, and the back is flat, so it feels very comfortable to wear on the body.
The most common mabe pearls on the market are earrings, rings, and pendants. Large mabe pearls are elegant and rich, suitable for making earrings and rings, and drop-shaped pearls are ideal for pendants.
Mabe Pearl Pendant Necklace and Earring Set
Mabe Pearl Pendant Necklace And Earring Set (Click Picture to View Details)
Pearl jewelry designed with mabe pearls is very unique and elegant. For the trendy people who already feel that spherical pearls are too common and outdated, unique half pearls are a wise choice.

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