In 1890, Majorica invented a unique and delicate production process to create artificial organic pearls mirroring that of cultured pearls. Their factory store is still located in Manacor, the town where Majorica was born
The Majorica pearl is made of an opaline crystal nucleus coated in multiple fine layers of “pearl essence”, an extract obtained from a secret technique to process natural organic elements from the Mediterranean Sea. Its complex formula reproduces the iridescence, beauty, resistance and perfection of the finest natural pearls.
After being polished and hand-selected one by one, the pearls are specially treated to protect them from external aggressions such as perfume and dents. All their pearls have a 10-year warranty. Jewellery designed and assembled here is made with 925 sterling silver or 18-karat gold. Pearls are double knotted by hand. Their popular brand can now be found in more than 100 countries worldwide.
Enjoy a free guided tour, in several languages, where you'll learn about their unique pearl manufacturing process. Discover the exhibition and museum, showcasing some of the highlights in their 130 years of history. At the factory shop, you will find a vast array of products and see their latest creations, including exclusive models. Their expert sales staff will give you the best advice and you can enjoy special offers and discounts of up to 50% year round on selected items.
The factory exhibition is open on the first floor from 09:30 to 17:00 Monday to Friday and 09:30 to 13:30 Saturday and Sunday. The factory shop stays open from 09:30 until 20:30 in July and August, 19:30 in June, 18:00 in March, April, May and October, and until 17:00 in January, February, November and December. Closed in Christmas and New Year's day.
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