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1098 5pcs - 35mm Thick Paua Shell Sparkle Donut Rings [PS-44]

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Bite Size Green Sparkles

Reconstituted – and attractive - these Thick 35mm Green Paua Shell Sparkle Donuts are the ideal ingredients for that unique pair of earrings – or necklace.

These Sparkle Donuts represent a small part of our extensive range of West Australian shell and bead products.

Our Pearl Shell pendant collection contains several hundred design cut shapes including dog tags, plates, machetes, hearts, yokes, ovals, drops, donuts, and quirky-looking shards – all utilising food from the ocean such as pink or green lip mussels, abalone, trochus, paua, cowrie and mother of pearl.

Colours for the above include white, pink, black, brown, green, gold, and grey.

The pieces allow for optimum creativity and temper exciting jewellery prospects.

They will also provide beaders and artisans the perfect opportunity to create on an unparalleled scale.

The Sparkle Donuts weighs in at about 50 grams - have been heavily discounted and now work out to cost $1.40 each.

Now you can really get set to create exquisite statement necklaces and bracelets and other jewellery-making projects.

The accompanying photos illustrate what to expect in your order. But please be mindful that images may have been enlarged to show detail.


If you’ve been wondering what a reconstituted bead is, read on

Reconstituted simply means a process that calls for discarded stone or shell chips and pieces (in this case Pau Shell) to be ground into a power. This powder is then mixed with a resin epoxy, dyed, compacted and poured into a mold, and allowed to set.