The Hirotaka Beluga Pearl Earring features caviar-like small pearls set in reverse within ridges that resemble the spiny back of a Sturgeon. The collection is a tribute to the devastating situation of the overfished wild Sturgeon as they near extinction due to the extravagant delicacy of their eggs.
- Cultured Akoya pearl
- 10k yellow gold
- Length 1.5cm- Pearl diameter 3.0-3.5mm (approximately)- Each pearl has blemishes and flaws on the surface which actually indicate that a pearl is authentic.
- Made in Japan
Handmade by skilled artisans in Japan, Hirotaka’s pieces are delicate, abstract, and embody a minimal Japanese aesthetic. At once abstract and organic, minimal and edgy, Hirotaka’s designs feature sustainable materials. These include coconut fiber, natural stone, and hemp oil, along with gold, pearl, and diamonds.
Hirotaka believes jewelry is as personal as a tattoo. It's worn close to the skin in a way that it becomes a part of your whole being. Every piece is handcrafted by artisans who have years of experience working with metals.
Hirotaka earrings are made from the highest quality materials and designed to be timelessly elegant. Lightweight and comfortable, Hirotaka earrings are perfect for everyday wear.
Every Hirotaka jewelry piece is designed and handcrafted in Japan. Their flagship store opened in Tokyo in 2016. The brand is known for its use of traditional techniques, as well as for its emphasis on quality materials.