Side-drilled hole size .80mm. Approximately 30-33 beads in 14.5" strand.
Most modern baroque or 'fancy' pearls owe their shapes to nucleation: bits of nacre-producing mantle tissue and/or a shaped foundation bead are inserted into certain types of shellfish, and over time layers of iridescent nacre shell coat the foreign tissue to create a pearl. The natural pearl-forming process has added interesting, uneven shapes and textures to the original outline, which are part of the charm of baroque pearls.
These large white-cream pearls feature a roughly flat, round coin shape and blue-green-purple iridescence. They work beautifully as accents in strung or wirework jewelry, or knotted into a necklace or bracelet on their own.
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