Exotic Abalone Shells

    

 Cleaned & polished Guaranteed delivery unbroken !

Polished  Paua Abalone
4.5 to 5.5" $15.50  purchase botton
Abalone are the most lustrous & iridescent of all seashells
Very lovely Wedding favors or just decorations with other shells

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Silver Azule Abalone
Are not pairs. They are two sides of one shell
(5-6")$19.00 Ea purchase botton

PINTO ABALONE
Are not pairs. They are two sides of one shell
Beautiful natural soft mat finish on outside !

(4"-4 ")$6.00 Ea purchase botton
(4 "-5")$10.00 Ea purchase botton

           
                                         Nautilus and Abalone Pieces  
                                     ("-1") $33.50 Kilo purchase botton
                                Dust to 1/2 " $38.00 Kilo Add To Cart

                                       Very iridescent when polished



   

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Silver Ruff Back Abalone
Are not pairs. They are two sides of one shell

(4"-5")$28.00 DZ Add To Cart
(5"-5")$30.00 DZ Add To Cart

 

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Ruff Baby Abalone
Are not pairs. They are two sides of one shell
(3"-4")$22.00 DZ Add To Cart
(4"-4")$25.00 DZ Add To Cart


Giant Red abalone
Really very fancy - One of my favorites !
( Pictures are of 2 sides of 1 piece)
(6"-7) $15.00 EA purchase botton
    (7") $17.00 EA
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DEEP RED ABALONE
(4"-5")$15.00 Ea purchase botton
(5"-6")$20.50 Ea Add To Cart

 

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POLISHED RED ABALONE
Are not pairs. They are two sides of one shell
 
(6"-7"$57.00 EA purchase botton

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Unpolished Natural Green Abalone
( Pictures are of 2 sides of 1 piece)

  (4"-5") $7.50 Ea Purchase this item
(7"up) $13.00EA purchase botton

       

Small Abalone Pearl Red Green


 Craft Abalone & Oysters Ruff


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Abalone History

Abalone are a favorite food for some marine species including sea otters. Otters are one of the few tool-using mammals (besides man) and they are known to carry a rock that they use to crack the shell of the abalone underwater so they can remove it from its substrate. They then use the rock, at the surface, to crack the shell off and eat the yummy abalone. An occasional shark or large fish may be able to get small abalone off the rock for a meal, but, in general the abalone is well protected by its strong shell. For thousands of years the abalone has existed with its natural marine predators.

Sea Otter floating on back using a rock to crack open an abalone
What a nice way to have lunch !


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