Sea Shell

A sea shell - specifically, (after a good deal of research and until proven otherwise) a small Pleuroploca gigantea, commonly called the Horse Conch. Its spiral, viewed from above is a beautiful example of Leonardo Fibonacci's theorem -  that after two starting numbers, each number is equal to the sum of the two preceding numbers. Comes with free sound of the sea - no batteries required.

Size: 6.1/2" x 3"

Some loss to the outer edge of the lip, but otherwise good.


£15.00 - plus P & P.

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