Art & Craft Pack - Capiz Natural 40mm

Product Code: 8716-P8
Minimum Order: 1 No.
Price: £3.40 each 
Current Stock: 17.000 No.

Quantity: No.
£3.40 total

Natural capiz shells skilfully cut to a 40mm disc. A unique media for arts and crafts used for place name table decor and to compliment succulents and alpine plants in containers and terrariums.

Price shown per pack of 20 shells 
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Shell Size: Approx 40mm 

Description & Application: 
Exclusive to On Line Shells in the UK, these natural Capiz shells have been skillfully cut to a 40mm disc.

Embodying a natural elegance and style seldom found in artificially manufactured materials, Capiz shells provide a unique media for arts and crafts projects. Lightweight yet deceptively durable, use for elegant table place name decor or combine with beach finds to create bespoke wind chimes.

The shells compliment succulents and alpine plants in small containers and terrariums.

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.

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

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.

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.

Designation: Placuna Placenta

Background & History:
Capiz Shells or Windowpane Oysters are marine bi-valves found across the Indo-Pacific region and particularly abundant around the Philippine province of Capiz. Although edible, they are valued both for their shells and the occasional pearls they produce.
Being translucent, the shells were traditionally used as a natural window. In recent years the Capiz shell has been extensively used to manufacture decorative interior features such as chandeliers, lampshades or candle light reflectors.
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