What makes Keshi Pearls so attractive is that no two are the same. Each one develops its own unique lumps and bumps within the mollusc. In this pendant I have chosen three delicate complementary Pearls and have added a 925 Sterling Silver star accent to the middle one.
The pendant is approximately 5cm long including the bail. It is suspended from a 46.5cm 925 Sterling Silver fine trace chain, finished with a lobster claw clasp.
Keshi Pearls are the rarest baroque pearls, and happen when the mollusc rejects the seed but continues to develop the pearl. Keshi Pearls have no nucleus, and are entirely made up of nacre, which gives them their particularly attractive iridescence and organic shapes.