Shells

Orange spiny oyster

Spiny oyster shells scientifically called as Spondylus.

Right now the orange spiny oyster beads and inlays are hot, hot, hot, so I thought you’d enjoy seeing some of the many variations of this beautiful natural material.

Pink MOP

Mother of pearl is actually a natural shell material, though like pearls it is made up of the layers inside of shells called nacre. Mother-of-Pearl is said to stimulate intuition, sensitivity, imagination, and adaptability and help with clarity in decision making. Mother of Pearl stirs and awakens the primordial memory of your origin in the infinite ocean of divine love and stirs this memory in every cell of your physical body thereby producing an overall calming effect as it gently stirs the life energy of your cells. Like waves lapping the shore, this stirring is steady, relaxing & rhythmical.

Purple Spiny Oyster

It is found along the Atlantic coast. Spiny oyster, not surprisingly, is an oyster that is covered with spines.

Spiny Oyster shell beads are unique, beautiful, and also difficult-to-harvest. Spiny oyster's can be found around the world typically along the coasts The shells of the Spiny Oyster are rare finds and are especially treasured.


Red spiny oyster

It is found along the Atlantic coast of Baja California and Baja Mexico. Spiny oyster, not surprisingly, is an oyster that is covered with spines.

It has been used as a substitute for coral. It is a smooth and sleek or chunky cobblestone The Red spiny oyster which were intimidating spines, come in an array of bright colors

Yellow MOP

This yellow MOP reflects the sunrises color. Pearl symbolizes purity of heart, mind, faith and innocence. They remind us to carry ourselves through life with dignity. They remind us to carry ourselves through life with dignity. Encloses you with an aura of calm and beauty "stone of good fortune"; traditionally signifies faith, enhances personal integrity; inhibits boisterous behavior. Wear Mother of Pearl for Protection