Keshi pearls, also called 'chance' pearls, are usually baroque shaped, accidentally produced in saltwater oysters used for cultured pearls production. Sometimes an oyster rejects its bead implant, but particles of the accompanying mantle tissue used alongside the bead remain; these particles of mantle tissue stimulate the production of nacre, resulting in the wonderful, interesting pearls we know as 'Keshi'. They are unusual because, like natural peals, they are essentially all nacre, and all natural

Three lustrous irregular keshi pearls intersperse on a delicate 18ct gold plated chain, wear it on its own or layer it up with more chains and pearls!  Choose choker length 40cm or necklace length 46cm. 
Eye-catching large lustrous Keshi petal pearls drops from a delicate gold chain, length 48cm Great on its own or for layering up.  14k gold filled.
From our renowned 'pearls that studded with diamond' collection, this lustrous white keshi pearl studded with clear zirconia, dangling from sterling silver chain. A minimalist modern classic that looks good with any outfit. chain length 46cm
Lustrous white Keshi pearls and gold chip dangling from a textured chunky gold stud, drop 6.8cm
Add the beautiful Keshi pearl to your hair this season with this hand-woven white pearl hair slider. Gold plated.
Add the beautiful keshi pearl to your hair this season with this hand-twisted white pearl hair slider. Gold plated.