Baroque Pearl Pendant
Baroque pearls natural or cultured, freshwater or saltwater that is irregular or asymmetrical in shape and uneven in texture, as opposed to traditional round pearls. The shape of baroque pearls are caused by the uneven deposition of nacre by the mollusc around its nacre. It was initially describe and used as early as 16th century.
The name first use to describe music in 1730s Rousseau and other critics of Rameau’s Hippolyte et Aricie called the opera “baroque” because of its seemingly irregular melodies, disjunctive harmonies, and frequently changing keys and meters. Many of these baroque pearls have spectacularly unique shapes, which makes each piece a one-of-a-kind creation. It is attractive and versatile to make as baroque pearl pendant, baroque pearl necklace as strand or baroque pearl earrings dangle.
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