|White Cay Cay Seashells 1/2" to 1" - Pint|
White Cay Cay are a wedding favor favorite. We suggest filling cute potpourri sachets with white cay cay, small craft rocks to match your wedding colors, and several of our Medium Craft Seashells, as well. Simply secure the potpourri sachets with a ribbon matching your wedding colors, and a small piece of paper with the couple’s name and wedding date. Your wedding guests will just adore the white cay cay and of course their cute favor!
Our White Cay Cay are sold by the pint with each bag containing about 300 pieces. They measure about 1/2” to 1” weighs about six ounces per pint.
|White Canarium Seashells 1-1/2" to 3" - Kilo|
These striped white and range from 1-1/2" to 3". These are a heavier shell because of their thickness. There are about 50 to 60 shells in each kilo bag.
|Tibia Delicatula Seashells 3" to 4"|
Our Tubia Delicatula measure from 3" to 4" from tip to tip. They are mostly white, but they are brown to grey in color on the spiraled part of the shell. Some of the shells even have a bit of brown or tan on the base of the shell.
|Mixed Mostly White Clam Shells 3/4" to 1-1/4" - Pint|
These Mix Mostly White Clam Shells have a mixture of Donax clams and Ribbed clams. They measure 3/4" to 1-1/4" Each pint bag contains about 130 to 150 shells.
|Cerithium Seashells 1-1/4" to 2" - Quart|
These Cerithium seashells range in size from 1-1/4" to 2" and are white to cream in color. Some of the shell have a spiral of grey going around the shell. They are a round shell that come to a point at the end. Each quart bag has about 110 to 130 shells.
|White Cockle Seashells 1/2" to 1"- Half Kilo|
These white cockle shells are sold by the 1/2 kilo, meaning 1.1 pounds. They are white in color, however some of the shells may have some yellow to brown spots on them. They range in size 1/2" to 1". Each kilo bag contains approximately 525 to 575 shells.
|White Rice Shells (Marginellas) Aprox 1/2" long|
These are named rice shells for obvious reasons. They measure about 1/2" long and are a glossy white.
Each shell has a small hole in them in the same identical place as the next, it is not a defect but normal for this type of shell.
|White Chula Seashells 1-1/2" to 2" - Quart|
Our White Chula are thick, heavy and shiny. Some have brown in them mostly around the opening and ridges.
There are approximately 90 shells per quart bag that measure anywhere from 1-1/2" to 2". Each 1 quart bag weighs approximately 1.4 lbs.
|White Nassa Seashells 3/8" to 1/2" - Pint|
The White Nassa are thick and heavy but are very small and have very light traces of darker colors.
Sold in 1 pint bags, there are approximately 900 shells per bag that measure anywhere from 3/8" to 1/2" long and weighs about 10 ounces per pint.
|White Bubble Seashells 3/4" to 1" - Quart|
These are a mixture of thick to medium thickness. These are very white and popular for making mirror and picture frames.
There are approximately 400 per bag that measure anywhere from 3/4" to 1". Our White Bubble shells are sold in 1 quart bags and each bag weighs approximately 1lbs 2oz.
|White Shell Mix - DELUXE - Gallon|
This is a great deluxe mix of that includes from 8 to 10 different types of seashells and although you may occasionally find a few that have a dark spot here and there and a few chipped you will be very happy overall with the quality of this mix.
Sold by the gallon bag which contains approximately 140 to 160 seashells per 1 gallon bag ranging anywhere from 1-1/4" to 3" long and. Shipping weight is 4.5 lbs per gallon.
|White Natica Seashells 1/2" to 1-1/4" - Quart|
The White Natica are very thick, sturdy, and very heavy. There're also very white shells.
There are approximately 175 pieces per quart bag and measure anywhere from 3/4" to 1-1/4" and weighs approximately 1.6 lbs.
|White Shell Mix Bag|
Our White Mix bags consist of approximately 27 to 33 shells that measure anywhere from 1" to 3" but about 85% range from 2" to 3". There is also a large 3-1/2" Irish Deep shell at the base to make the bag sit flat.
The bag is a very thick vinyl bag and has a piece of brown tied twine holding it closed and measures about 6" tall and 3-1/2" across. There are about 8 different types per bag and each bag weighs approximately 1 lb.
|Mostly White Shell Mix - 1/2 Gallon|
This mix has 5 to 7 different kinds of shells in each bag. Most of the shells are white, but there are a few that are darker. Great for decoration or craft projects!
|Sun Moon Seashells 1" to 1-1/2"|
This a shallow seashell with a smooth surface. This shell ranged from 1" to 1-1/2". These would look great as décor for your wedding reception.
|Sun Moon Seashells 1-1/2" to 2"|
These seashells are mostly white, but do have an occasional brown or black spot here and there. They range from 1-1/2" to 2". The are easy to write on for any type of craft or wedding decoration.
|Sun Moon Seashells 2" to 2-1/2"|
The Sun Moon Seashells are white but have the occasional dark spot here and there, mostly on the dish. They measure anywhere from 2" to 2-1/2" straight across from edge to edge. They are very shallow, only standing about 1/8" high when lying on a table.
|Irish Deep Scallop Seashells 3-1/2" to 4-1/2"|
The Irish Deep Scallops are white but have the occasional dark spot here and there, mostly on the dish side of the shell. These measure anywhere from 3-1/2" to 4-1/2" straight across from edge to edge. They stand about 1" high when lying on a table. This size is well suited to use as baking shells.
|White Ribbed Cockle Shells 1-1/2" to 2" - Kilo|
White Ribbed Cockle are unique with lots of bumps and ridges lined up in rows or "ribs" that drastically curve in under themselves at the bottoms merging into a single point.
The White Ribbed Cockles are sold by the Kilo with each bag containing about 65 shells. They measure about 1-1/2” to 2” and weigh 2.2 lbs per Kilo.
|Florida White Scallop Seashells 1-3/4 to 2-1/4"|
The Florida White Scallop Seashells are white but have dark spots here and there, mostly on the outside of the shell, the inside is usually always white. These measure anywhere from 1-3/4" to 2-1/4" straight across from edge to edge. They stand just a little over 1/2" high when lying on a table.