In a nod to form and function, a single Keshi pearl floats on a 14k chain just above the collarbone and serves as both the centerpiece and clasp of this minimal necklace. The word “keshi” comes from the Japanese “keshinomi,” which means poppy seed — an apt descriptor of these small pearls formed by Akoya oysters.
- 14k gold 1.1mm or 1.3mm chain and hand wrought “S” clasp
- Keshi pearl measures approximately 0.25”
- Each Mary MacGill pearl is unique and will differ slightly from that pictured
- Handmade in Germantown, NY, or Block Island, RI, without the use of heat or chemicals