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About Keshi pearl

It can be formed by wrapping the nacre around sand, gravel, or other foreign matter that accidentally enters the pearl oyster rather than being cultivated, or by accident when enucleated. Correctly, it is a "natural nuclear-free pearl".
By the way, no matter how distorted the shape is, Keshi pearl is not called baroque.
Compared to cultured pearls, poppies have a very thick nacre, have excellent luster, and are resistant to sweat and acid.
In the past, keshi pearls were called pearls with small grains like poppy seeds, but now they are collectively called nucleus-free pearls regardless of their size.

A work of art created by shellfish

The charm of keshi is that they are works of art created by shellfish.
By shining light on various shapes, it shows different expressions in various scenes. It shines in rainbow colors.
Since it is a by-product of nature, it is a unique pearl in both shape and color. Therefore, it becomes a highly rare pearl. It is a pearl that is not widely available on the market. It is a precious pearl made by chance.
Since it is made entirely of mother-of-pearl, it is resistant to deterioration and has a wonderful luster.
Round pearls can be made artificially. However, poppies cannot be made. Therefore, it is an attractive pearl. A mysterious pearl.