Are luminous and slightly flat.

They’re textured.

And they don’t look like typical pearls.

They’re stunning.

And they’re formed

when a mussel produces a scar

after the cultured pearl is harvested.

Keshi pearls

grow in that space

and develop into something shining

and some might say, even more beautiful,

than the pearl before it.

I learned the story of Keshi pearls from my friend and fellow Mastermind participant Christine Jones, of

Christine Jones Jewelry, when she debuted her Spring Collection last week


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