Im glad to find that special forum :-)
...one day a pearldealer came into my shop and showed me u.a. some pearlstrands and called them "freshwater-keshi" !
I never heared about that pearl-typ.
I learned, that there exists only "Southsee",- and "Akoya-keshi"...
and a keshi-pearl ever is a pearl without kern, because it`s a spin-off during the culturing.
Also in my books I found nothing about it.
So is this only a dealers propaganda trick, a selling synonyme to raise the price for normal freshwater pearls, or exists that pearls really???
You can see a pic of them:
Hope to find an expert here, to get a binding answer.
Thank you in advance,