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Abalone Shell Candle: Seabreeze
Price: $15.00
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 278-55 -

We import double-wick abalone shell candles from South Africa that are wonderful party candles. These have been selling well in Europe and are just now coming to the United States. The natural holes along the edge of the shells have been plugged and the shells have been filled to the brim with wax that comes in a variety of scents. The candles come in a poly bag that is tied at the top with raffia and has a piece of dyed abalone shell for decoration. The shells are between 5" and 7" wide and...

African Abalone Pieces: 10mm: Natural Color (kg)
Price: $25.00
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-TP-10-NA -

These tumbled African abalone shell pieces come in 1 kilogram bags of mixed assorted sizes as well as sorted sizes. They are great for use in aquariums, terrariums, gardens, floral decorations, and jewelry. See pictures of each color below.A 1-kilo bag of 10mm abalone shell pieces has approximately 2,270 pieces.If you want to drill the abalone shell pieces, we recommend drilling them in water with a drill press. We do not offer this service.Please call for pricing on large orders (1,000 kilos...

African Abalone Pieces: 25mm: Natural Color (kg)
Price: $29.50
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-TP-25-NA -

These tumbled African abalone shell pieces come in 1 kilogram bags of mixed assorted sizes as well as sorted sizes. They are great for use in aquariums, terrariums, gardens, floral decorations, and jewelry. See pictures of each color below.A 1-kilo bag of 25mm abalone shell pieces has approximately 230 pieces.If you want to drill the abalone shell pieces, we recommend drilling them in water with a drill press. We do not offer this service.Please call for pricing on large orders (1,000 kilos or...

African Abalone Pieces: 3mm: Natural Color (kg)
Price: $18.20
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-TP-03-NA -

These tumbled African abalone shell pieces come in 1 kilogram bags of mixed assorted sizes as well as sorted sizes. They are great for use in aquariums, terrariums, gardens, floral decorations, and jewelry. See pictures of each color below. Please call for pricing on large orders (1,000 kilos or more) directly from South Africa. This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade controls by South Africa in May 2007. In June 2010, the South African government removed...

African Abalone Pieces: 50mm: Natural Color (kg)
Price: $14.50
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-TP-50-NA -

These tumbled African abalone shell pieces come in 1 kilogram bags of mixed assorted sizes as well as sorted sizes. They are great for use in aquariums, terrariums, gardens, floral decorations, and jewelry. See pictures of each color below.A 1-kilo bag of 50mm abalone shell pieces has 200 pieces.If you want to drill the abalone shell pieces, we recommend drilling them in water with a drill press. We do not offer this service.Please call for pricing on large orders (1,000 kilos or more)...

African Abalone Pieces: 5mm: Natural Color (kg)
Price: $16.90
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-TP-05-NA -

These tumbled African abalone shell pieces come in 1 kilogram bags of mixed assorted sizes as well as sorted sizes. They are great for use in aquariums, terrariums, gardens, floral decorations, and jewelry. See pictures of each color below. If you want to drill the abalone shell pieces, we recommend drilling them in water with a drill press. We do not offer this service. Please call for pricing on large orders (1,000 kilos or more) directly from South Africa. This particular species of abalone...

African Abalone Pieces: Assorted Sizes: Natural Color (kg)
Price: $11.70
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-TP-NA -

These tumbled African abalone shell pieces come in 1 kilogram bags of mixed assorted sizes as well as sorted sizes. They are great for use in aquariums, terrariums, gardens, floral decorations, and jewelry. See pictures of each color below. A 1-kilo bag of 25mm abalone shell pieces have approximately 230 pieces, while a 1-kilo bag of 50mm abalone shell pieces have 200 pieces. A 1-kilo bag of 10mm abalone shell pieces have approximately 2,270 pieces. If you want to drill the abalone shell...

African Abalone Shell Button: 12.5mm (0.5")
Price: $0.45
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 495-0.50 -

These abalone shell buttons are made from Midas Abalone (Haliotis midae) in South Africa. The shells are a by-product of the food industry. This shell is also referred to as Midas Ear abalone or Perlemoen abalone.The abalone shell buttons are about 1/16" in thickness. One of the advantages of the midas abalone is that the shells are thicker and result in less breakage than some other shell buttons, such as paua.This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade...

African Abalone Shell Button: 20mm (0.78")
Price: $0.55
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 495-0.78 -

These abalone shell buttons are made from Midas Abalone (Haliotis midae) in South Africa. The shells are a by-product of the food industry. This shell is also referred to as Midas Ear abalone or Perlemoen abalone.The abalone shell buttons are about 1/16" in thickness. One of the advantages of the midas abalone is that the shells are thicker and result in less breakage than some other shell buttons, such as paua.This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade...

African Abalone Shell Button: 25mm (1")
Price: $0.80
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 495-1.00 -

These abalone shell buttons are made from Midas Abalone (Haliotis midae) in South Africa. The shells are a by-product of the food industry. This shell is also referred to as Midas Ear abalone or Perlemoen abalone.The abalone shell buttons are about 1/16" in thickness. One of the advantages of the midas abalone is that the shells are thicker and result in less breakage than some other shell buttons, such as paua.This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade...

African Abalone Shell Button: 38mm (1.5")
Price: $1.05
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 495-1.50 -

These abalone shell buttons are made from Midas Abalone (Haliotis midae) in South Africa. The shells are a by-product of the food industry. This shell is also referred to as Midas Ear abalone or Perlemoen abalone.The abalone shell buttons are about 1/16" in thickness. One of the advantages of the midas abalone is that the shells are thicker and result in less breakage than some other shell buttons, such as paua.This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade...

African Abalone Shell Button: 50mm (2")
Price: $1.30
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 495-2.00 -

These abalone shell buttons are made from Midas Abalone (Haliotis midae) in South Africa. The shells are a by-product of the food industry. This shell is also referred to as Midas Ear abalone or Perlemoen abalone.The abalone shell buttons are about 1/16" in thickness. One of the advantages of the midas abalone is that the shells are thicker and result in less breakage than some other shell buttons, such as paua.This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade...

African Abalone Shell Button: 60mm (2.36")
Price: $1.85
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 495-2.36 -

These abalone shell buttons are made from Midas Abalone (Haliotis midae) in South Africa. The shells are a by-product of the food industry. This shell is also referred to as Midas Ear abalone or Perlemoen abalone.The abalone shell buttons are about 1/16" in thickness. One of the advantages of the midas abalone is that the shells are thicker and result in less breakage than some other shell buttons, such as paua.This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade...

African Abalone Shell Button: 71mm (2.8")
Price: $2.60
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Made in SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 495-2.80 -

These abalone shell buttons are made from Midas Abalone (Haliotis midae) in South Africa. The shells are a by-product of the food industry. This shell is also referred to as Midas Ear abalone or Perlemoen abalone.The abalone shell buttons are about 1/16" in thickness. One of the advantages of the midas abalone is that the shells are thicker and result in less breakage than some other shell buttons, such as paua.This particular species of abalone was recently placed under CITES III trade...

African Abalone Shell Lip: Small (5-10cm): Natural Color (kg)
Price: $123.00
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-30-S -

These are African abalone edge lips. Shell lips are the outer edge of the abalone shell. They have been tumbled a little bit to give them a nice finish. They range from 2" to 4" (5-10cm) long. There are approximately 213 small pieces per kilo. This particular species of abalone was placed under CITES III trade controls by South Africa in May 2007. In June 2010, the South African government removed the CITES status on this shell. No CITES permits are required any longer. The larger shells (4"...

African Abalone Shell: 4"-5": Natural Color
Price: $5.50
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Product of SOUTH AFRICA Item #: 220-10-1013 -

Abalone shells are often used for smudging ceremonies by the Native Americans in the United States and Canada. The African green abalone shells shown above are edged and cleaned. They have been cleaned and polished on the inside; the outside is clean, but still rough. The sizes have been obtained by measuring the longest side of the shell. This particular species of abalone was placed under CITES III trade controls by South Africa in May 2007. In June 2010, the South African government removed...