Origin and colour are not the only important feature of a pearl. Another distinctive characteristic of pearls is their shape. In fact, in addition to the classic and perfectly spheric pearls, there are ovals, drop and irregular shapes, also known as “Baroque” or “Scaramazze”.
In all places pearls are farmed, there is a percentage of them which is not conformed to classic standards. Nature sometimes chooses to surprise us, donating us rounded pearls with unexpected indentation and sinuosity, making them extremely fascinating.
This kind of pearls are also called Baroque, thus assuming their own individuality.
Imperfections become a source of pride for those who wear the Baroque pearls. They suit bold and nonconformist personalities perfectly.