Keshi Pearl Jewellery

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Keshi pearls can be found in any location where cultured pearls are farmed and are a beautiful by-product of pearling. They usually come in irregular shapes, as they are as close to a natural pearl as you can get in a farmed environment. They are grown at our Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm.

  • Size

  • Shape

  • Metal

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What are Keshi pearls?

Keshi pearls can be found in any location where cultured pearls are farmed and are a beautiful by-product of pearling. They usually come in irregular shapes, as they are as close to a natural pearl as you can get in a farmed environment. They are grown at our Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm.

What makes Keshi pearls unique?

Keshi pearls are known for their lustre and uncommon formation. They are technically a bi-product of the culturing process, as they are formed through rare circumstances during pearl cultivation. The variation of Keshi are highly desirable to jewellers due to their unique shapes.

What colours do Keshi pearls come in?

Our Keshi are grown at our Cygnet Bay Pearl Farm by our South Sea pearl shells. Like our South Sea Pearls, they are commonly white to cream in colour.

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