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Atlantique Designs

Key To My Heart Ring Dish

Key To My Heart Ring Dish

Regular price $44.00 USD
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* Large Shells range from 4.0" to 5.5" in length - thoroughly cleaned with soap and water - no chemicals used.

* Ethically Sourced. We only use shells that have washed up on beaches naturally. Their former inhabitants have moved out. We never kill or harm any animals to get their shells. We also donate a portion of our proceeds to The Marine Fish Conservation Network as a way of giving back for the abundance and beuaty our oceans so generously provide.

* These are made to order and usually ship within 3-4 days after purchase and arrive ready for gifting in a cute boho gift box. A gift note can be included upon request and we can ship direct to the recipient- no receipt included.

* We package these up nice and snug so they'll arrive in tip top shape.

* Please keep in mind that each shell is unique and was once home to a little animal. Any 'imperfections' in the shell should be seen as a badge of honor of this creature's journey from the deep to your door. The pictures are examples of the patterns only. Your shell will be 100% one-of-a -kind and the only one on the planet that will look like yours.

These gorgeous oyster shells, collected from along the Atlantic coast, have been artfully transformed into lovely objets d'art and would function wonderfully as ring / trinket dishes. Each one is handmade and consists of a painted white base, thin layers of paper, and a triple coat of high gloss waterproof lacquer finish. The finishing touch is a fine edging in liquid gold leaf. These have the look and feel of porcelain and the gold really shines. The back of the shell is left natural to highlight the delicate edging of the gold leaf paint. The shell fronts are coated with a waterproof protective lacquer, but please don't submerge them in water or leave them exposed to water for extended periods of time. The back of the shells are still porous and will absorb water.

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