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pearleducation
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New Arrival of Tahitian Keshi Pearls
06-16-2006, 03:55 PM


American Pearl just received this extremely rare lot of Tahitian Keshi Pearls. Keshi pearls cannot be called natural pearls because the oyster that created them was touched by human hands before the pearl was found. However, there is no difference between a keshi pearl and a natural pearl. Natural pearls are different from cutlured pearls in the sense that the natural pearls do not have a mother of pearl bead nucleus that initiated the culturing process. Please enjoy viewing these 10mm to 15mm keshi pearls and send us some feedback if you are interested in any of them. These keshi pearls can be set in earrings, rings or pendants to your liking. If you look carefully, you may be able to find a pair.
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Margaret
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Tahitian Keshi Pearls
02-28-2007, 12:18 AM


Thank you for the paragragh and photo of the Tahitian Keshi Pearls. Tahitian pearls have a dramatic range of color and orient and so when they occur as keshi they are truly spectacular. Judging from the number of looks at this article, I hope it creates an audience for such a fine gem. Try to find a photo of a keshi pearl just as it is found in the oyster.
 
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