A delicate design using three individual white Keshi Pearls separated by two smooth hexagons of Black Spinel. The pendant is supended from a 45cm 925 Sterling Silver snake chain.
Keshi pearls are the rarest baroque pearls, and happen when the mollusc rejects the seed but continues to develop the pearl. They are elongated and extraordinarily lustrous. Keshi Pearls have no nucleus: they are entirely made up of nacre, which gives them their particularly attractive iridescence and organic shapes.
Black Spinel is naturally highly reflective, and is believed to assist in problem solving.