Keshi pearls (also called reborn, cornflake pearls or poppy seed pearls) occur when cultured oysters "spit out" the nucleus implanted by the pearl growers as the base for a cultured pearl. Without having that central core, the oyster creates a flat, irregular shaped pearl of pure nacre. Because they are pure nacre, keshi pearls have an amazing lustre and shine. We managed to get hold of limited quantities of Keshi pearls and have had them made into a range of stunning necklaces. This necklace is made up of a single strand of rare irregularly shaped Keshi pearls in a shade of soft shimmering heather pink. Terri is pictured in the cream version which is now sold out. The necklace is hand strung on a double string and knotted between each pearl for a perfect result. It is finished with a chunky sterling silver clasp.