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Jingle Shell Necklace #4


DESCRIPTION: A Jingle Shell (Poro Poro) suspends on a cap bail. Found from the low intertidal to 30m deep under boulders, attached to other shells, on wharf piles, or debris. It can also be found on soft sediments, either singly or attached to other Jingle Shells forming a stack. It is called Jingle Shell or Oyster because the valves are often used as wind chimes. Jingle Shells are symbols of honesty and transparency. Foraged from one of the shores of the Bay of Islands in the Far North of New Zealand.

PENDANT SIZE:Approx 25-30mm diameter. There will be slight and shape variations due to its natural elements.

CHAIN TYPE: Satellite chain link necklace With chain extender.

CHAIN LENGTH: Adjustable lengths 18in/45cm to 20in/50cm

PACKAGING: Gold-Foiled Nostalgem logo on Charcoal Black Cardboard Box with inner black pad 100 x 100 x 40mm. Provenance story card included.


SKU: N04-JIS Categories: , Tag: