Handpicked Seashells
Large Size Shells , Medium Size Shells ,Small & Tiny Shells…Seashells are some of the most beautiful natural objects on earth.Their sheer variety of size,shape,colour and pattern make them a joy to collectors and enthusiasts alike.


  • Large Size Seashells

    Large Size Seashells (183)

    SEASHELLS Size:Large(Above 3”) Handpicked for Decorative Shells-"Eye Catching Conversation Pieces",Application-Interior and exterior design of your home and office.
  • Medium Size Seashells

    Medium Size Seashells (218)

    SEASHELLS Size:Medium(2-3”) Handpicked  Shells-Pretty big and impressive in your "Palm of your Hand".   Application - Great for shelves,tables or window sills around the house i.e. bathrooms,desk etc.
  • Small & Tiny Seashells

    Small & Tiny Seashells (56)

    SEASHELLS Size:Tiny(Up to 1”),Small(1-2”) Crafts Shells-"Best things come in small Packages".Application-Are sought after by collectors because each one is unique,even if its the same species.Fill a vase or jar with small shells to add beautiful accents to your decor.
  • Rare shells

    Rare shells (4)

    SEASHELLS Case of rare sea shells .Among the rarest and most sought after of all shells are cowries.Only three of them are known to exist in the world, one of which was found in the stomach of a fish. Some shells are quite valuable, worth tens of thousands even hundreds of thousands of dollars.
  • Specimen Shells

    Specimen Shells (12)

    SEASHELLS Specimens Seashells is created for those who want to purchase quality seashells and land snails that will add scientific value and aesthetic beauty tot their collections.
  • Growing Series Set

    Growing Series Set (9)

    SEASHELLS Seashells/Mollusks use calcium carbonate and proteins, secreted from their mantles, to build their shells. As a Seashells grows, so does its exoskeleton. “They are among the few animals on the planet that wander around carrying with them the same body armor they had as babies; the pointy tip or innermost whorl is the mollusk’s juvenile shell,” Scales writes. “Day by day, the mollusk shell slowly expands, making room for the soft animal growing inside.”
  • Conch Shells

    Conch Shells (52)

    SEASHELLS The Conch shell is a spiritual symbol that has been used in many cultures throughout history. Together with the circle and the spiral, it is perhaps one of the oldest symbols used for esoteric wisdom.Used for practical purposes as a horn in ancient times, it is typically associated with the sound used to wake people up.The ancients adapted the practical use to associate the conch shell with spiritual awakening in symbolism.In ancient Sanskrit, the conch is known as Shankha meaning “a shell holding the sacred water.” Vedic myth says the conch appeared from the water after the great churning of the ocean.
  • Cone Shells

    Cone Shells (18)

    SEASHELLS There are over 800 different species of cone snails.[6] Cone snails are typically found in warm and tropical seas and oceans worldwide, and they reach their greatest diversity in the Western Indo-Pacific region. Cone snails are found in all tropical and subtropical seas, from the intertidal zone to deeper areas, living on sand or among rocks or coral reefs. When living on sand, these snails bury themselves with only the siphon protruding from the surface. Many tropical cone snails live in or near coral reefs. Some species are found under rocks in the lower intertidal and shallow subtidal zones.
  • Polished Seashells

    Polished Seashells (21)

    Nature really can be quite surprising, polish back the surface layer of many sea shells and a wonderful array of glistening colours and natural mother of pearl are revealed in all their stunning glory.Perfect as gifts or love tokens, our selections of pearl and polished shells are sure to remind anyone of the seas enduring mystery.
  • Bivalves-Clams Shells

    Bivalves-Clams Shells (97)

    SEASHELLS Clam is a common name for several kinds of bivalve molluscs. The word is often applied only to those that live as infauna, spending most of their lives partially buried in the sand of the ocean floor. In particular, edible infaunal bivalves are often called clams. Clams have two shells of equal size connected by two adductor muscles and have a powerful burrowing foot.[1] Clams in the culinary sense do not live attached to a substrate (whereas oysters and mussels do) and do not live near the bottom (whereas scallops do). In culinary usage, clams are commonly eaten marine bivalves, as in clam digging and the resulting soup, clam chowder.  Razor clams have an elongated parallel-sided shell, suggesting an old-fashioned straight razor.
  • Handpicked Shells

    Handpicked Shells (20)