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Biwa Pearls

These unique pearls derive their name from Japan's Lake Biwa, where stick-shaped pearl forms were originally harvested. Biwa pearls are grown in freshwater mussels in lakes and rivers, and their forms contribute a unique character to the natural luster and shimmer of pearls.
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