White Icicles - Project Pack

Product Code: 8827-P1
Minimum Order: 1 No.
Price: £8.40 each 
Current Stock: 35.000 No.

Quantity: No.
£ 8.40 total

Natural white icicle shells (cerith) , fully cleaned, this unique spiral shell is a must for creative festive decor and table confetti.

Price shown per 700g pack
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Shell Count: Approximately 150 shells per 700g pack.

Shell size: Approx. 30-50mm long.

Description & Application: Natural white shell from approved sources, suitable for crafts and interior/exterior decoration. The shells have been thoroughly cleaned and have been used by many of our clients (often with white cockle and bubble shells) as table decoration for weddings and events.

Background: Cerith shells are a species of tall spire shaped shells that prefer to live in shallow water among sea grass in sand or mud. Species of the shell are common throughout the world.

Colour & Form:
We take great care to provide accurate images, however, as a totally natural product shade variations and irregularities can occur, we consider these add to the fascination of the collection.

Online Prices
All prices shown include GB VAT, but exclude delivery. Multi-product orders only attract a single delivery charge.
Export Status 1/1/22
We are not accepting orders to EU countries and N. Ireland and will review our position once requirements for documentation and costs are clarified.
Rates for export to EU countries shown in the Info (EU Delivery) section are suspended from 1/1/2021.

This product option is packed in a secure weatherproof pack.
Delivery is either by post, national or international couriers. Our checkout allows for you to advise us of any delivery requirements or concerns you may have.

Source & Environment:
Natural sea shells, a by-product of licensed fishing. Approved by authorities in both the country of origin and the UK

Safety Considerations:
Whilst this natural sea shell is considered to be harmless, it is not suitable for children under 36 months due to either shape, small particle size, or the possibility of breakage.

Cerith shells are named after the Roman Goddess of agriculture - the shells resembling ears of corn.

Classification: Cerithium bituberculata Sowerby
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