Shell shell "Autumn Deer", 2 sizes
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Jewelry bowl made of real scallop with autumn watercolor:
This jewelry bowl is more than just a place to store your favorite pieces - it is a work of art of nature. Made from a real scallop, the shell is characterized by its unique organic shape. But the special thing is the autumn watercolor that decorates it.
The bowl features a magical watercolor drawing of a deer against a backdrop of autumnal pumpkins. The warm tones give this work of art an atmospheric atmosphere that brings autumn into your home.
In addition to its lasting value, this jewelry dish is also extremely practical. It offers a safe and beautiful place to store jewelry, coins or other small items. Whether used as decoration or a functional work of art, this scallop shell is an eye-catcher that will bring autumn into your rooms all year round.
🐚L VARIANT: Circumference approx. 10x 11cm / depth approx. 2cm (without rhinestone applications)
🐚XL VARIANT: Circumference approx. 12 x 15cm / depth approx. 3cm
⭐️No bowl is identical, they have grains, raised edges and different edges - these are not flaws, but support the specialness and natural character.
⭐️Decorative items Decorative items in the pictures are for inspiration and are not part of the offer!
⭐️We are always open to special requests, just contact us without obligation via WhatsApp: 015117609261, or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
# Serve Mi-Shells as an aperitif with: nuts & olives
# Decorate Mi-Shells on a summer table
# Use Mi-Shells for paper clips, jewelry, daily vitamin capsules, loose change, keys, perfume samples, candies, sugar packets, rings, business cards, post-its, mini hand cream, and much more!
# Give away Mi-Shells with 5 almonds as a guest gift at your wedding
(Why Mi-Shells? Pun from my first name: "Michelle" and the English word for shell: "shell")
🐚Not suitable for dishwashers or as a soap dish.
⭐️This unique scallop shell is a long-lasting natural product. She has spent her life at sea, withstanding tides and salt water. She protected the shells inside her like a bodyguard. We think it deserves a makeover and should spend its retirement in your table decoration.
The Pecten jacobaeus is a marine mussel that lives primarily on soft bottoms and is native to both the eastern Atlantic and therefore on the west coast of Africa as well as the Mediterranean. The shell was named after Saint James and is often referred to as the pilgrim's shell. The Pecten jacobaeus was first scientifically described by Carl von Linné, a taxonomist and naturalist from Sweden.
The scallop lives in both shallow water and the deep sea up to around 500 meters, although the scallop prefers temperatures around 20 °C. The Pecten jacobaeus is often eaten by various other marine animals and for this reason has developed a special escape method. This means that the large scallop is able to close forcefully and quickly when a predator comes closer to it. This gives the Pecten jacobaeus a push-back drive, so that the pilgrim mussel moves a few meters away. In this way, the mussel gets out of the danger zone and causes confusion for the attacking sea creature.