Large Display Seashells
Some of Mother Ocean's most beautiful creations. Place these impressive Large Display shells in any room to trumpet Nature's Beauty.
Pink Conch Slit Back 8" Decorate your tables naturally with the exotic Pink Conch sea shell. Cleaned and beautiful, this sea shell provides the obvious choice for a beach theme table centerpiece. This sea shell has a 1"-2" slit in the back of the crown. Measures 8" in size. Please note, this sea shell is not available for shipment outside of the U.S.
Giant Frog Sea Shells Bursa bubo. A beautiful sea shell from the South Pacific, it is a close relative to the triton sea shells and has similar characteristics. The name "Frog sea shell" is derived from the knobby sculpture of most species, which resembles the warty skin of a frog. Measures approximately 7" - 8"
King Helmet Sea Shells Cassis tuberosa. The upper surface of this sea shell is reticulate. The exterior color is cream to white with some brown markings. This seashell is common from the Carolinas to Brazil. This seashell is found in shallow waters. Measures approx. 4. 5"-6".
Chambered Nautilus Sea Shells - Natural Nautilus pompileus. Also known as the pearly Nautilus, this sea shell features chambers separated by a septa but intercommunicating by siphuncle tube. This seashell is common to Philippines and Palau Islands. Usually found living in colonies. Measures approx 5" to 6".
Syrinx Shell - Australian Trumpet Sea Shells The largest known univalve sea shells, the Syrinx is a predatory gastropod. This seashell is common to the shallow waters of North Australia in inter-tidal waters to 10 meters. As a juvenile, its shell has a cylindrical outline. Its shape is spiral with fairly marked ridges. An excellent specimen for both admiring collector and interior designer.
Yellow Helmet Sea Shells This beautiful Yellow Helmet Shell measures an impressive 7 to 9 inches. It is in the Cassidae Family and commonly habitate in the upper levels of the infralittoral zone. Add this Yellow Helmet shell to your sea shell collection and it is sure to be a great conversational piece in your collection.
Noble Triton Sea Shells Charonia nobilis. Also known as the Atlantic trumpet triton. One of our most beautiful sea shells. This thick sea shell features a vibrant range of colors on the exterior from white to burgandy. The interior is an orangish-cream with brown stripes on the lip. Your choice of 3 sizes - See the drop down menu above!
Giant Tun Sea Shells Tonna Olearium. A large and thin sea shell, it features very swollen whorls with a height greater than its breadth. The color varies from a yellowish color to dark chestnut. Growth lines are prominent. Found off shore to 40 meters from the Caribbean to the Indo-Pacific region. Measures approx 7"+.
Pink Conch Slit Back - 6" Decorate your tables naturally with the exotic Pink Conch sea shell. Cleaned and beautiful, this sea shell provides the obvious choice for a beach theme table centerpiece. This sea shell has a 1"-2" slit in the back of the crown. Measures 6" in size. Please note, this sea shell is not available for shipment outside of the U.S.
Large Needle Fish These interesting fish are from the South Pacific. Size is 4" to 5". Please note that as this is dried sealife it does have an odor which can be eliminated by airing them out.
Pacific Triton 12"-13" Charonia tritonis, or Triton's Trumpet is the largest and most desirable of the family Ranellidae, native to the South Pacific. This is one of the few animals that feeds on the Crown of Thorns Starfish. This starfish is capable of destroying large areas of a coral reef.
Noble Volute Sea Shells Voluta nobilis. This heavy sea shell varies in pattern. The apex is usually brwon and dome-shaped, consisting of 3-4 smooth whorls. This seashell is common from Taiwan to Singapore in depths up to 100 meters. Measures approx 5"-6"
Striped Fox Shell - Large - 6" Up Fasciolaria trapezium. The whorls of this sea shell are angular with tubercles on the sholder and paired spiral stripes. This seashell is common to shallow waters of Indo-Pacific. Measures approx 6" and up.
Rams Murex- Murex multiramosus - Large - 8"-9" These Murex multiramosus seashells are big and beautiful! The slightly extended spines make this a very elegant looking seashell.
From the South Pacific, they measure approximately 8"-9".
Cameo Shells 5"-6" Cypraecassis rufa. Also known as the Red Helmet, the thick sea shell is popular for use as a base for cameo carvings. It has large blunt tubercles and rows of spirally arranged tubercles. The aperture is narrow and the outer lip is broad. The exterior color is reddish brown with some paler areas. This seashell is common to Indo-Pacific with the exception of India and Hawaii. Found near coral reefs. Measures approx. 5"-6".
FLORIDA Horse Conch 11" - 12" Triplofusus giganteus. It is also known as the Horse Conch. In 1969, the state of Florida declared it as the Official State Shell. Measures approximately 11" - 12"
Frog Shell 5" - 7" Bursa bubo. A beautiful sea shell from the South Pacific, it is a close relative to the triton sea shells and has similar characteristics. The name "Frog sea shell" is derived from the knobby sculpture of most species, which resembles the warty skin of a frog. Measures approximately 5 - 7"
Imperial Volute 7"-8" Voluta imperialis. This heavy sea shell features a flat, conical spire with curved spines that give it a regal look. The apex is dome-shaped. The sea shell is smooth and the base coloring is cream to purplish with large brown bands and small brown zig-zag lines. This seashell is common to Southern Philippines. Found on sand in shallow waters. Measures approximately 7"-8"