Beverly Hills — The new Mikimoto flagship opening here next month is designed as a bold statement to solidify the company’s position as more than a pearl merchant.
The 15-foot, handmade, cast-glass columns that will soon hang down from the ceiling are created to undulate like the sea. Each 60-inch-wide piece weighs 3,000 pounds and gives a significant visual statement for a company that has been working to become an international master jewelry house.
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