Abalone shells are often used for
smudging ceremonies by the Native Americans in Canada and the United States.
These abalone shells have been cleaned and polished on
the inside; the outside is clean, but still rough. The sizes have been
obtained by measuring the longest side of the shell.
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Red:2-3" (5-7.5 cm)
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Red:4-5" (10-12.5 cm)
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:4-5" (10-12.5 cm)
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:5-6" (12.5-15 cm) out of stock indefinitely
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:6-7" (15-17.5 cm)
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:7-8" (17.5-20 cm)
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Gallery
||See gallery below.
Genus and species of Red Mexican Abalone: Haliotis
and species of Green Mexican Abalone: Haliotis fulgens. Wild.
Mexican red and green abalone are not endangered and are not subject to CITES controls.
There are no export controls for this item.