These small, non-nucleated pearls are the by-products of pearl cultivation and are made entirely of nacre. Small and off-sized, these pearls generally form when a bead nucleus is rejected. Keshi also refers to second harvest pearls. Sometimes, freshwater non-nucleated pearls are called keshi. However, many leaders in the gemstone industry feel this is misleading. 

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