Manta Ray with Mother of Pearl
Manta ray with Mother of Pearl plate
Handmade with the finest natural Mother of Pearl manta ray.
The mother of pearl silver plated manta ray is perfectly versatile because it can be used as a unique home accent in any room. Not only as dining table decor but also as an elegant feature for a bathroom vanity or dressing table top. It is an ideal home for the jewellery on a bedside cabinet. The plate is a perfect object to transform any interior scheme or to give as a treasured gift. Objet Luxe also make many other mother of pearl plates with silver or gold plated features.
Mother of pearl plates are versatile and often wonderful additions to any home. Whether for a birthday, wedding, or for your own home, our decorative plates make for beautiful gifts. When the wedding season is in full swing you may be wondering what to do for wedding favours or how to provide your venue with that little extra touch. As wedding favours our decorative plates are an elegant and versatile finishing touch.
Objet Luxe create “The Jewellery of The Home” and the Mother of Pearl plates with embellishments are a perfect example of our attention to detail.
Our mother of pearl comes from pearl farms where the shells have reached the end of their natural lives in pearl production.
Shells used by Objet Luxe are ethically sourced from sustainable sources. We only use the finest quality natural raw materials, all of which comply to CITES and all international environmental legislation. Our mother of pearl comes from pearl farms where the shells have reached the end of their natural lives in pearl production.
All of our mother of pearl shells are natural and consequently can vary slightly in size and weight.
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Whether you choose to add classic initials, a special message or a memorable date, you can create a truly individual gift for someone special. As individuals, we have been engraving, carving and decorating for thousands of years, to create something special. It was the European jewellery goldsmiths in middle ages, who developed the technique of engraving onto metalwork. Today the method and technique is essentially still the same.Learn More >