Because of the way they’re formed, Keshi pearls are 100% solid nacre. They don’t contain bead nuclei like most other pearls. Which is why they’re considered non-nucleated and therefore non-cultured pearls.
What this means is that Keshi pearls are exceptionally lustrous, as they’re made entirely of nacre and often have stunning orient or luster or both. The lack of a beaded nucleus also means that Keshi pearls form in random shapes.
These factors make each Keshi pearl unique and highly collectible.
The beautiful Keshi pearl pendants are set on hypoallergenic and tarnish resistant stainless steel studs.