Japanese Bonnet Seashells Phalium Bisulcatum (10 shells approx. 1.5+ inches)

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Product Description

Japanese Bonnet Seashells Phalium Bisulcatum (10 shells approx. 1.5+ inches)

 - 10 shells per package
 - Approx. 1.5+ inches  

Japanese Bonnet Seashells are a species of large sea snail found in the Red Sea, India and in the Indo-West Pacific. They are very lightweight but sturdy. Color is off white with occasional faint butterscotch spotting which circles the shell.

As these are natural seashells they will have minor wear and variances.

Our shells, coral, starfish, urchins and ocean finds are natural, unique and one of a kind and will have minor wear and variances from nature.

Please be aware that colors may vary from shell to shell and monitor to monitor.

At this time we do not offer international shipping on our shells, coral and nautical decor.

This item is covered by our Return Policy, please review for details.

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Other Details

Scientific Name:
Phalium Bisulcatum