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Q: Where do Hanadama Pearls Get Their Name?
A: The term “Hanadama” was coined by the father of cultured pearls himself, Kokichi Mikimoto. He used this term to designate his finest, most beautiful pearls.
“Hanadama” directly translates from Japanese to “Spherical Flower” and are also often called “Flower Pearls” by those in the trade. The delicate shades of pink shimmering over their surfaces are said to be reminiscent of the famous Cherry blossoms that bloom throughout Japan in the Springtime.
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Opening a Little Black Gift Box from PurePearls.com to reveal a gleaming pair of Hanadama Pearl Earrings is an unforgettable experience.
Popularly known as "Flower Pearls" for their delicate to deep rose overtones, each pair of Hanadama Akoya pearls features some of the most brilliant, luminous luster ever seen. Pearls measure 9.0-9.5mm, and are one of the largest, most rare sizes for cultured Akoya pearls.
Each Hanadama Collection matched pair of pearls arrives with its own numbered Pearl Science Laboratory certificate from Tokyo, Japan, detailing the pearls' surface quality, nacre thickness and x-ray results.
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Mrs. Jim W. sent us her selfie of her new Hanadama Akoya Pearl Necklace from Christmas past. "Best. Christmas Gift. Ever!" Mrs. W., we think you look fabulous!
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