Freshwater pearls come from mollusks (animals such as an oyster, mussel, or clam) in freshwater environments. Pearls form when an irritant works its way into a particular species of these mollusks. The mollusks then secretes a liquid around the irritant, which could be a grain of sand.
Freshwater pearls are known for being durable, colorful, off-round in shape and budget friendly.

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