Hi everyone. I would love any input about some mystery pearls that I received from the estate of a relative. This relative loved jewelry and pearls but hardly wore what she had so this strand is in excellent condition. I am unsure of how old the pearls are or when they were purchased. The clasp is 14 karat gold. I have included some photos of the strand close up. I am somewhat certain that they are some sort of freshwater pearl and the colors seem to be natural. Some of the darker colored pearls might be dyed. The pearls are all pastel in color and range from pale/subtle grey, pink, purple, peach, cream, and white. The luster is very good and I would describe it as silky and the pearls themselves are in great shape. They have been individually knotted and none of them have any chalky looking spots. The pearls have a freeform shape but clean surfaces without many blemishes and irregular shapes. I would estimate that the pearls are about 6-7 mm. The necklace is about 36 inches long and is very light to wear. Are these freshwater keshi pearls or something else?