Kokichi Mikimoto devoted his life to pearls and was called “The Pearl King”. In 1893, he etched his name in history when he successfully created the world’s first cultured pearls. Ever since then, Mikimoto has been seeking to harness the allure of pearls, keeping alive his dream of “adorning the necks of all women around the world with pearls.” We are proud to introduce amazingly elegant Mikimoto pearls that can only be created by the originator of cultured pearls. As a result, Mikimoto is regarded as the worlds’ finest pearls.


Mikimoto 7.5mm-8mm Pearl Stud Earrings


Mikimoto 7mm-7.5mm Pearl Stud Earrings


Mikimoto18″ 18kt White Gold 7mm x 7.5mm Pearl Necklace


18kt White Gold 6mm-6.5mm Pearl Stud Earrings


18k White Gold Akoya Cultured Pearl 20″ Strand Necklace

Akoya Cultured Pearl and Diamond Bracelet

Akoya Cultured Pearl and Diamond Bracelet


Akoya Cultured Pearl and Diamond Pendant in 18K White Gold


7mm Akoya Pearl Three-Piece Gift Set


Akoya Cultured Pearl Pendant with Diamonds


Mikimoto 6mm-6.5mm Pearl Stud Earrings


Akoya Cultured Pearl and Diamond Station Bracelet


Mikimoto 6mm-6.5mm Cultured Pearl Stud Earrings


Mikimoto 18K Yellow Gold South Sea Pearl and Diamond Ring


Mikimoto Pearl and Dimond Bracelet in 18K White Gold


Fusion Akoya and Black South Sea Cultured Pearl Strand with Diamond Rondelles


18″ Akoya Cultured Pearl Strand Necklace – 18K Yellow Gold Clasp


Everyday Essentials Double Strand Akoya Necklace


Golden South Sea Cultured Pearl Necklace


18kt White Gold 7.5mm X 8mm Pearl Stud Earrings

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Mikimoto FAQs

Mikimoto is dedicated to creating the highest quality pearls possible. Their jewelry is designed to be beautiful and timeless, and they use only the finest materials. Mikimoto also has a strong commitment to social and environmental responsibility. They work with local communities to ensure that their pearls are sourced sustainably. If you are looking for beautiful, well-made jewelry that will last a lifetime, Mikimoto is a great option.

Mikimoto is a world-renowned purveyor of cultured pearls, and their products are some of the most beautiful and sought-after in the world. Mikimoto pearls are special because of their unique quality and luster. The company has strict standards for their pearls, and only the finest specimens make it to market. This results in a product that is truly unique and precious.

In addition to their exceptional quality, Mikimoto pearls are also famous for their history. The company was founded in 1893 by Kokichi Mikimoto, who is credited with inventing the modern cultured pearl industry. Since then, Mikimoto has been at the forefront of pearl production, and their pearls have been worn by some of the most famous people in the world.

Mikimoto is actually a brand name famous for selling Akoya Pearls. So in a sense, they are the same, but Mikimoto Akoya pearls are of a higher quality than other Akoya pearls on the market.

There are four main factors that affect the value of Mikimoto pearls: size, shape, color, and luster. Of these, luster is considered to be the most important. Luster is a measure of how much light is reflected off the surface of the pearl. Pearls with high luster have a bright, shiny appearance, while those with low luster appear dull and lackluster.

Size is the second most important factor affecting pearl value. Mikimoto pearls are available in a wide range of sizes, from small seed pearls to large Akoya pearls. The larger the pearl, the more valuable it is.

Shape is the third factor that affects pearl value. Mikimoto pearls are available in a variety of shapes, including round, baroque, and semi-baroque. Round pearls are the most valuable because they are the rarest. Baroque and semi-baroque pearls are less valuable because they are more common.

Color is the fourth factor that affects pearl value. Mikimoto pearls are available in a wide range of colors, from the classic white to black, pink, blue, and green. The rarer the color, the more valuable the pearl is.

Mikimoto pearls are some of the most valuable pearls in the world. Their high luster, large size, and rare colors make them highly sought after by collectors and jewelers alike.