Freshwater Pearls

Natural Freshwater Keshi Pearl necklace 100% vintage


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    Natural Freshwater Pearl keshi pearl 100% vintage

    Details Pearl:
    Where the keshi come from?
    Keshi pearl are from the Japanese akoya oyster found only in the Sea of Japan,Keshi from the Japanese word for poppy seed can take seven years to formed when the oyster reject and spits out the the implanted nucleus before the culturing process and complete

    Material:Natural Keshi Pearl
    Size keshi:15-21mm
    Size necklace:D26.4 inch long,52.8cm long
    Keshi piece:61
    Please note the keshi 100%vintages
    Sabelglam would give you a guarantee and refund with in 30 days as long the items in good condition.

    Sabelglam has been proudly providing a highly excellent product unique and classic natural selection keshi pearl necklace 100% vintage if you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us thank you for Shopping at Sabelglam
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