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African Abalone Shell Button: 71mm (2.8")
Code: 495AF-2.80 (Y2K)
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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: Natural Color: 1" to 3"
Code: 220-10-13N (Y1M)(Y3G-A2)
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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 with a flat ruler. This particular species of abalone was placed under CITES III trade controls by South Africa in May 2007. In June 2010, the South African...

African Abalone Shell: Natural Color: 4" to 5"
Code: 220-10-1013 (Y3D)
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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 with a flat ruler. We weighed five random shells in this size and found the average weight per shell is approximately 0.15 pound or 0.07 kilogram. This...

African Abalone Shell: Natural Color: 5" to 5.5"
Code: 220-10-1314 (Y3D)
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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 with a flat ruler. We weighed five random shells in this size and found the average weight per shell is approximately 0.26 pound or 0.12 kilogram. This...

African Abalone Shell: Natural Color: 5.5" to 6"
Code: 220-10-1415 (Y3L)
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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 with a flat ruler. We weighed five random shells in this size and found the average weight per shell is approximately 0.40 pound or 0.18 kilogram. This...

African Abalone Shell: Natural Color: 6" to 6.5"
Code: 220-10-1516 (Y3G-A3)
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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 with a flat ruler. We weighed five random shells in this size and found the average weight per shell is approximately 0.46 pound or 0.21 kilogram. This...

African Abalone Shell: Natural Color: 7.5"+
Code: 220-10-19+ (Y3O)
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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 with a flat ruler. We weighed five random shells in this size and found the average weight per shell is approximately 0.73 pound or 0.33 kilogram. This...

African Porcupine Hair (oz)
Code: 184-03 (Y2K)
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Price: $67.39
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We offer very fine hair and quills from African porcupines. The majority of the hair varies in length from about 12" to 18" (30 cm to 45.5 cm). The hair has been cleaned and sterilized. The porcupine hair come in 1 to 2 ounce bundles. Each buncle contains hair in a range of sizes and we cannot sort hair by length.The hair is thicker than that of the North American porcupine. It may or may not work for making roaches in the Native American market. Some people like it and some find it too thick....

African Porcupine Quill: #1: Large (9"-12")
Code: 184-02L (Y3J)
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Price: $8.65
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These are assorted large African porcupine quills. The tips are good and the quills do not have any significant damage. The large quills are 9” to 12” long and 3 to 6 mm thick in the middle. These quills can be used for fishing bobbers. The quills have been cleaned and sterilized. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. South African porcupines are not endangered.

African Porcupine Quill: #1: Medium (5"-9")
Code: 184-02M
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These are assorted medium African porcupine quills. The tips are good and the quills do not have any significant damage. The medium quills are 5” to 9” long and 3 to 6 mm thick in the middle. These quills can be used for fishing bobbers. The quills have been cleaned and sterilized. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. South African porcupines are not endangered.

African Porcupine Quill: #1: Small (3"-5")
Code: 184-02S (Y2H)
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These are assorted small African porcupine quills. The tips are good and the quills do not have any significant damage. The small quills are 3” to 5” long and 3 to 6 mm thick in the middle. These quills can be used for fishing bobbers. The quills have been cleaned and sterilized. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. South African porcupines are not endangered.

African Porcupine Quill: #1: Ultra Thin
Code: 184-02UT (Y1X)
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Price: $4.33
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These are assorted ultra thin African porcupine quills. These quills are thicker than porcupine hair, but are thinner than most people like. The ultra thin quills are mostly 10” to 12” long (some may be a bit longer or shorter) and under 1.5 mm thick in the middle. The quills have been cleaned and sterilized. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. South African porcupines are not endangered.

African Porcupine Quill: #1: White
Code: 184-02WH (Y1M)
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Price: $1.54
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These are assorted white African porcupine quills. The white quills are completely white or have very little black on them.  The tips are good and the quills do not have any significant damage. The white quills are mostly 3” to 12” long and 3 to 6 mm thick in the middle. These quills can be used for fishing bobbers. The quills have been cleaned and sterilized. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. South African porcupines are not endangered. ...

African Porcupine Quill: #1: X-Large (12"+)
Code: 184-02XL
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These are assorted extra large African porcupine quills. The tips are good and the quills do not have any significant damage. The extra large quills are 12” or longer and 3 to 6 mm thick in the middle. These quills can be used for fishing bobbers. The quills have been cleaned and sterilized. A USFWS export permit is required for all shipments outside the USA. South African porcupines are not endangered.

African Porcupine Quill: B-Grade Thick: Assorted
Code: 184-02B1 (L10)
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Price: $3.15
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These are assorted thick B-Grade African porcupine quills. The B-Grade porcupine quills are of a lower quality.  These quills may be bent, flattened, have broken ends, or otherwise flawed. They tend to have a stubby end instead of a sharp point, may have a more muted brown and white coloring instead of crisp black and white, and are often not as clean as the #1 or A-grade quills. This grade is what most other firms sell as A-grades. The thick B-Grade quills are mostly 4.5” to 13” long and...

African Porcupine Quill: B-Grade Thick: Small (3"-5")
Code: 184-02B1S (F9)
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Price: $3.15
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These are assorted small, thick B-Grade African porcupine quills. The B-Grade porcupine quills are of a lower quality.  These quills may be bent, flattened, have broken ends, or otherwise flawed. They tend to have a stubby end instead of a sharp point, may have a more muted brown and white coloring instead of crisp black and white, and are often not as clean as the #1 or A-grade quills. This grade is what most other firms sell as A-grades. The small thick B-Grade quills are mostly 3”...