Mother of Pearl Button Production
Mother of pearl buttons are created out of the shells of marine and freshwater molluscs. The production technology is quite simple, yet not that easy: the flat buttons are cut out of a shell, given the necessary shape and dyed. To obtain a popular white colour, mother of pearl buttons are bleached in a weak boiling solution of hydrochloric acid.
In a couture segment, you can find mother of pearl buttons by such Italian and French manufacturers as Gritti, Secondo Stefano Pavese, Bottonificio B.A.P. and Brochot. Once seen their buttons, you won’t be much surprised to learn they source mother of pearls from the seabed of such seas as the Coral, Fiji, Philippine, the seas washing Indonesia and the coastal waters of Madagascar.
Mother of Pearl Collection
If you share our love for mother of pearl buttons, then you will be delighted with their widest range at Tissura: spherical, flat and curved, with two or four holes, filigree engraved or perforated, edged with a solid metallic or variously coloured rim, combined with a leather outer part, represented in a bigger and smaller diameter... Select yours!
Truly feminine charm, timeless elegance and superb quality by the legendary European brands — these are the essential properties the material from the sea depths will imbue your outfit with.