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0.5" Clam Shell Hairpipe (100/box)
Price: $0.35
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Item #: 125-3-0.5 -

The fresh water clam shell hairpipe is the same shape as the regular bone hairpipe. Please note that the holes on the clam shell hairpipe are much smaller than those in the bone hairpipe. Think of these as spaghetti beads. You will not be able to string these with deerskin.Made in Vietnam or Hong Kong

1" Clam Shell Hairpipe (100/box)
Price: $0.75
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Item #: 125-3-1.0 -

The fresh water clam shell hairpipe is the same shape as the regular bone hairpipe. Please note that the holes on the clam shell hairpipe are much smaller than those in the bone hairpipe. Think of these as spaghetti beads. You will not be able to string these with deerskin.Made in Vietnam or Hong Kong

1.0" Clam Shell Button
Price: $1.95
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Made in HONG KONG Item #: 491-1.0 -

The fresh water clam shell buttons have two holes and various degrees of curvature. Please note that sizes 1", 1.5", and 2" are pinkish in tone and slightly curved. The 2.5" buttons are white and flat and have smaller holes.These clams are not endangered. The shells are a by-product of the pearl industry.

1.5" Clam Shell Button
Price: $2.25
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Made in HONG KONG Item #: 491-1.5 -

The fresh water clam shell buttons have two holes and various degrees of curvature. Please note that sizes 1", 1.5", and 2" are pinkish in tone and slightly curved. The 2.5" buttons are white and flat and have smaller holes.These clams are not endangered. The shells are a by-product of the pearl industry.

1.5" Clam Shell Hairpipe (100/box)
Price: $0.95
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Availability: In Stock
Item #: 125-3-1.5 -

The fresh water clam shell hairpipe is the same shape as the regular bone hairpipe. Please note that the holes on the clam shell hairpipe are much smaller than those in the bone hairpipe. Think of these as spaghetti beads. You will not be able to string these with deerskin.Made in Vietnam or Hong Kong

1.5" Clam Shell Heart Button
Price: $2.75
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Made in VIETNAM Item #: 491-H-1.5 -

The fresh water clam shell heart-shaped buttons have two holes.

2.0" Clam Shell Button
Price: $3.75
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Made in HONG KONG Item #: 491-2.0 -

The fresh water clam shell buttons have two holes and various degrees of curvature. Please note that sizes 1", 1.5", and 2" are pinkish in tone and slightly curved. The 2.5" buttons are white and flat and have smaller holes.These clams are not endangered. The shells are a by-product of the pearl industry.

2.0" Clam Shell Heart Button
Price: $3.75
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Made in VIETNAM Item #: 491-H-2.0 -

The fresh water clam shell heart-shaped buttons have two holes.

2.5" Clam Shell Button
Price: $4.25
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Made in HONG KONG Item #: 491-2.5 -

The fresh water clam shell buttons have two holes and various degrees of curvature. Please note that sizes 1", 1.5", and 2" are pinkish in tone and slightly curved. The 2.5" buttons are white and flat and have smaller holes.These clams are not endangered. The shells are a by-product of the pearl industry.

Atlantic Surf Clam Shell
Price: $3.00
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Product of USA Item #: 1082-AS -

The Atlantic surf clams are native to the northeast coast of the United States. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold water. We measured two shells at random and they were approximately 6.75" by 4.5" and 7" by 4.75".

Broken Quahog Shells (lb)
Price: $10.00
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Availability: Variant
Product of USA Item #: 1080-Bxxx -

These are broken shells. The quahog (or quahaug) is native to the eastern shores of North America. There are specialist names for different sizes of this species of clam. The smallest clams are called countnecks, next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherry stones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold water. Each whole shell is approximately 4" long and 3" to 3.5" wide.This species is not endangered. The...

Broken Quahog Shells: Slightly Chipped
Price: $10.00
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Product of USA Item #: 1080-B1 -

The quahog (or quahaug) is native to the eastern shores of North America. There are specialist names for different sizes of this species of clam. The smallest clams are called countnecks, next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherry stones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold water. Each shell is approximately 4" long and 3" to 3.5" wide.

Cherry Stone Clam Shell
Price: $3.00
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Availability: Out of Stock
Item #: 1081-AS -

Long Clam Shell Wampum (strand): Natural Caramel
Price: $6.00
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Made in VIETNAM Item #: 195-04 -

This is a traditional Iroquois style wampum bead is made from fresh water clam shells. Each strand contains approximately 40 beads. The beads measure 3mm by 8mm and are very consistent in length and width. Weight: one box (100 pieces) = 2 lb.These clams are not an endangered species.

Long Clam Shell Wampum (strand): White
Price: $4.50
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Made in VIETNAM Item #: 195-01 -

This is a traditional Iroquois style wampum bead is made from fresh water clam shells. Each strand contains approximately 40 beads. The beads measure 3mm by 8mm and are very consistent in length and width. Weight: one box (100 pieces) = 2 lb.These clams are not an endangered species.

Quahog Shell
Price: $3.00
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Product of USA Item #: 1080-AS -

The quahog (or quahaug) is native to the eastern shores of North America. There are specialist names for different sizes of this species of clam. The smallest clams are called countnecks, next size up are littlenecks, then topnecks. Above that are the cherry stones, and the largest are called quahogs or chowder clams. The shells have been shucked and cleaned in cold water. Each shell is approximately 4" long and 3" to 3.5" wide.