Baroque pearls are not really a type of pearl, the term 'baroque' actually refers to a pearl's shape. Baroque pearls are irregular pearls that can be found in many interesting shapes, such as ‘peanuts’, ‘snowman’, 'animal', 'bird', 'flower' and even 'fish' shapes! Baroque pearls are truly unique thanks to them being formed asymmetrically, which makes it impossible to find identical pairs. Due to the unconventional shape, each baroque pearl boasts its own “character,” and their beauty is as striking as that of the Tahitian and Keshi pearls. Baroque pearls of different colours and shapes are striking on their own; this is why they look equally alluring in both a simple design and as a part of a complex composition. Also, Baroque pearls have a distinctive appeal because of their very beautiful tints of color and iridescent flashes, which are the result of “pools” of nacre -where the baroque shape creates an area in which the nacre can collect, and is deeper than along other parts of the pearl.