It is the result of an important research. The pearl is processed manually with the same matters and characteristics as in the oyster. In 1902 a new industrial base made its appearance in Mallorca. For various reasons, including the existence of a glass-blowing culture which is part of, the process of imitation pearls was established.
Back in 1952, the Hungarian chemist, Geza Zsolt, initiated the splendor of Mallorcan pearls, using the manufacturing process of the iridescent pearl, identical in aspect to the beauty and perfection of natural pearls, thanks to quinine, an oriental essence component and conglomerate of natural mother-of-pearl, organic and iridescent substances, extracted from the scales of certain fish.
The iridescent pearl possesses a homogenous quality; its color is uniform and inalterable, it does not yellow and its shine never disappears.
Mallorcan Pearls, put the name of Mallorca on the world map before the powerful tourist industry did. These prestigious souvenirs were commercialized on five continents. By the 1980’s, the pearls had a presence in 100 countries and with 80 airline companies.