Baroque Pearls are the “perfectly imperfect” pearl. With their irregular, non-spherical shape. These curved, sculped shapes are due to a mantle-tissue nucleated. Each pearl is unique in size, shape and texture and are cultured in freshwater. Baroque Pearls from saltwater tend to be more tear-dropped due to the use of a spherical nucleation bead. Baroque pearls can come in a variety of natural colors, from pure white, silver, natural pinks and greys to rich golden hues, each having uneven surfaces and natural blemishes, sometimes called dimples.