Minimum 4 cms, some of these are paired and some single and do really have a pretty pink to purple colouring. Great for crafting or adding striking colour to seashell collections.
Longspine Murex Indivia
Ever popular longspine murex sea shells are quite often colourful but our murex indivia shells are just as renowned for their ornate structure and spiney body which does make them prickly to touch – still, that should keep them from disappearing too frequently from your decorative seashell display. We think these longspine murexes display best with pearlised trochas and white pointer starfish as the black and white body of these shells works with neutral colours for seashell decor. So if you are thinking of decorating with seashells this shell should be on your list.
9 to 10 cms
White Dog Conch Seashells (1kg)
Our white dog conch shells are bigger than the bubble, moon and cockle shells – a bit chunkier too as they measure over one inch – averaging perhaps 4 cms each. Another great craft seashell or good enough to scatter in a display or as hobby craft shells.
Spotted Conus Shell
There are certainly many types of cone shell ( we estimate at least 500 species of cone shells ) and these are fine examples from the Condidae family measuring at least 6 cms long. There is such a wide variety of colour patterns and this has made them firm favourites with shell lovers and collectors the world over. Paintings from voyagers and discovers in the 16th century when discovering the New World sometimes feature these seashells. Cone shells are quite heavy and strong and there is an absence of “teeth” in the Conidae family. In their live form some cone shells can inject a virulent poison! Exceptionally these can grow as large as 15 cms! Their range is Indo Pacific in the areas of the Phillipines and Indonesia.
Light Brown Melongena Shell
Pretty melongena seashells, there are quite a few species of this seashell as they are found around the world and these ones have attractive white lines across them. Measuring 5 cms up and a strong interesting carnivorous seashell – keep away if you are a mussel shell!