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* Used by The British Navy for 500 years

  The first thing you must have to make a great conch horn is great shells
No one has conch shells like we do in all of America

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 Legendary  8 to 9" Horns 
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       Horns have a brass mouthpiece & can have an engraved faux ivory nameplate

 Full Dress Lanyard Allows engraving on both sides 40 letters max per side
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        It is possible to select a horn by the note it produces !          

  The only ones    Perfect trophies and awards  handcrafted gifts  

Used by sailors around the world for centuries !
Given by The United States Marines to their commanders
Now a  U.S. Coast Guard  and Navy traditional award trophy and gift
And they are now considered beach wedding traditions as an engraved keepsake

Perfect historic sailing trophies from the sea itself!

Or  great engraved working historic sailboat gifts for Dad the sailor
                                

              Creative people appreciate creative things  !             

----- Original Message -----
From: Christian Woehr
Sent: Monday, November 28, 2005 1:27 AM
Subject: Re: Large Conch Shell horn in 'E' (high)
 
Dear Robert,
    My horn is beautiful.  It arrived Wednesday, in time to begin toughening up my poor lip.  It is just a bit low, but if I make sure not to block the opening with my hand at all, it is just high enough to qualify as a "folk instrument 'E' ".   It's so much easier to play (with the brass  mouthpiece) than my other conch, and has a big round sound.  My challenge will be to play it softly when required, and to have the endurance needed on it. (It plays almost continuously for several minutes). 
     I don't actually play it with the orchestra until Wednesday, but I heard a recording of the piece today (Revueltas "Night of the Maya").  It's wild, loud, and sounds like a Human Sacrifice Convention.  The horn on my recording is actually playing a 'C', and sounds rather wimpy and erratic. I hope I can do better.
Thanks so much for your prompt service and excellent product.
    Christian Woehr
    Saint Louis Symphony Orchestra
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----- Original Message -----
From: "Gayle" <Gayle@sgrose.com>
Sent: Tuesday, August 23, 2005 10:04 PM
Subject: Re: Your Receipt Order Number: 1343

> Dear Conch King...
> I just wanted to let you know that the conch horns and shell lamps arrived
> the other day and they are absolutely gorgeous!  The quality is impeccable,
> the shells exquisite, and I just can't rave enough!  One is for my sister,
> who retired on her sailboat, and the other is for our daughter's wedding.
> Both will be heirloom gifts, and they will have fun using them, too!  Thanks
> again, so very much, for such an extraordinary product!!!  You are
> right...creative people (I'm a multimedia artist) will search high and low
> for truly creative things, and I'm so glad I found you!
> Gayle Rose
>
> Feel free to post this rave on your website!

~ Not Endangered Species ~

All of our shells are fished legally within season and none of them are endangered species. They have all entered this country with the U.S. Department of Fish and Wildlife approval. None have come from any countries where over fishing is occurring. They are taken first as a food source like all fish and then the shell is used as well. In years past these beautiful shells were discarded !