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Mother of pearl

Mother-of-pearl is the inner layer of a seashell. When exposed to light from different angles, it changes its colour and shine, which has always made it interesting for the production of jewellery.

In antique furniture we find mother-of-pearl, among other things, as a material for fine and high-quality inlays and marquetry.

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