Oliver Votier
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such a beautiful sea shell. I can see a chandelier draped in these shells.

ღღ Aplustrum amplustre (Linnaeus, C., 1758)

Aplustrum amplustre (Linnaeus, C., I added this beauty to my collection in 1977 . Found it while shipwrecked on Palmyra Atoll. One of my most precious tiny shells.

Conus muriculatus sugillatus

Lividoconus muriculatus sugillatus (f) Reeve, L., 1844 Shell size 15 - 62 mm Indo-Pacific [it rather looks like a glass of ale with a foamy top]

This is the Junonia Shell and it is one of the rarest sea shells to find, and on every sea shell collectors top find list including mine!!!

This is the Junonia Shell and it is one of the rarest sea shells to find!

In the 1800's glass factories would throw all their waste glass over the cliffs into the sea at the end of the day. Multicolored pieces like this can be harvested along those beaches.

In the glass factories would throw all their waste glass over the cliffs into the sea at the end of the day. Multicolored pieces like this can be harvested along those beaches. - [someone else's informative caption]