We offer many different types and sizes of seashells for sale. Seashells are ingrained in our culture’s history, from being used as currency hundreds of years ago to now being a staple in creating beautiful crafts and wedding favors. Adding them to your home décor instantly creates a calming mood to your home! Our White Seashells are ideal for crafts and wedding favors, with our shell mixes offering a large variety all in one bag and our bulk seashells are all the same type of shells in one bulk bag.
We offer many white seashells that are very popular with weddings and crafts, seems like one very popular craft is making mirrors and also filling lamp bases with them. We sell the larger ones in gallons and for a lot of the smaller ones that customers do not really need a lot of we break down into quarts, pints and cups.
"Shell Mix" is many different varieties all in one bag. We have some nice mix for sale and mix ranges from the very small to large and is available in cup, quart, gallon and other sizes. Mixes are a favorite for arts and crafts. Many bottle displays consist of different mixes in them.
"Bulk Shells" or "Gallon Shells" are lots of the same kind and of the same species. Most bulk in this section are 1" and and over although the sizes do overlap between categories. For smaller ones see our Small and Tiny Bulk section.
This section has all the seashells we sell individually, buy one or many. They range from small and tiny to medium and large and are a wide variety of types and species. These are from many of the different oceans and seas from around the world.
Cowrie shells have been a long time favorite to the crafters of the world because they come in so many different colors and sizes and are so bright, shiny and have so many different patterns. Most cowries are so polished and bright that they often look like they have a porcelain finish on them. There're also very popular to make seashell jewelry with.
Capiz Shells are extremely light weight and very thin but amazingly strong and sturdy. They are not quit flat but almost, they are slightly concaved. These translucent capiz come from an oyster called the windowpane oyster which are very abundant in the Philippians.