My mother-in-law has more than 30 years experiences in the Pearl market, she told me baroque this word actually has only been mentioned in recent years. The word originates either from French (where baroque means “irregular shape”) or the Portuguese word barroco (meaning “irregular pearl”). In English, the word “baroque” points to a style in music, architecture, and the arts (known as the Baroque Period) that existed in Europe from the early 17th century to the late 18th century. The period was known for featuring many decorative parts and details in its artwork and architecture. The baroque style was filled with creativity, new art forms, embellishments, and adventure. These elements are also present in Baroque pearl jewelry, making its name very fitting. Before it was called “special-shaped pearls”. It is easy to understand that the shape of pearls is not round, uneven and rough. In the past, this kind of pearls was really worthless, nobody bought them at all. Besides the selected shapes, they also travel in color. Special-shaped beads with good luster are sold only when they are made into a unique shape by adding some gold ornaments and silver ornaments. Smaller beads can only be discarded, so of course, the price of these beads is not expensive.
There are also individuals who are interesting in being out of the ordinary like non-mainstream people. Baroque pearls meet their demands because they are different and accord with young person individual character unruly, make the public character. Because of their uneven appearance, they will easily attract some people who dislike pearls with completely burnished and well shaped.