4 very large Trochus Fenestratus Seashell Tassels Curtain Holdbacks Oceanic Art, South Pacific Home Decor Accent, Handcrafted Unique perfect for Designer Decorator Shell Collector Stunning Beach Lover Pool Cabana Look
You are purchasing 2 pairs of unique handcrafted Indo- Pacific Shell cotton Tassels (Seen on first 3 photos)
Contact us if you want more than 2 pairs.
4 South Pacific Huge Pearlized (Mother of Pearl, Nacre) Trochus Fenestratus from Melanesia, on hand crafted hand twisted cotton pulls.
Store price is $45.00 and up to $80.00 per pair depending on the shell & the store.
These Pacific shell tassels tie ends have many uses: for drapes, curtains, window treatment, fan pulls, belts, purse decorations. The pair retails for $80.00, but we are liquidating what we have left at a fraction of retail!
The 4th photo shows you a set of 2 full tassels, we don't take pics of each full one, we take close up pics of the shell itself to show the variety we carry since all the cotton tassel parts are the same, as seen on photo 4 with a nautilus shell. The 5th photo show you how we decorate pillows with them.
The additional photos from 6 on show other styles of shells available but we are running out of types fast so if you like the trochus for sale here, don't wait till we run out of this model.
Unique home and beach cabin or cabana décor, a gorgeous designer accent! We have sold them to exclusive Beach hotels
We have been wholesaling these tassels to designer and decorator fabric stores where they retail for up to $45.00 per single piece, now we do not have enough quantities to wholesale so we are offering the rest by groups of 2 or more at a greatly reduced price.
These hand crafted , unusual and stunning tie ends hold drapes with elegance.
Other uses: These tassels are absolutely unique if you like decorating with shells! You can use them to hold your drapes, to decorate door knobs and draws, lamps, neck of vases or at the end of a fan string, you can sew them at the 2 or 4 corners of a pillow, use them as a belt (some customers did and even wrapped them around a sun hat) and whatever else you can think of. I have never seen them available in the U.S except in the stores we place them in.
We have 18 different shell types available in these tassels.
Choices are among others: Chambered Nautilus, Pearlized Chambered Nautilus, Trochus Fenestratus, Pearlized Trochus Fenestratus, Pearlized Jade Turbo Seashell or Pearlized Silvermouth Turbo SeashelL, Tapestry Turban Seashell, Bat Volute S. Phillipines to N. Australia or conus legatus, Conus Canonicus or Conus marmoreus Marble Cone Indo-Pacific, Lettered Cone (Conus eburneus f. polyglotta) Indo-Pacific, Egg Cowry Indo-pacific, Snake-head Cowry Indo-pacific, Tiger Cowry Indo-pacific Coral reefs, Banded Tun Tonna Sulcosa Indo-Pacific offshore, Crowned Baler Indonesia, Endive Murex Philippines Pacific, Lambis lambis Indian Ocean Coral reef etc....
Others which names I do not know.
The shells themselves have been collected along isolated Pacific Islands. The total length of one is about 25" and the tassel itself is 7" long from top of shell to bottom of fringes. Our prices are started very low as we go straight to the source to find these treasures. We have many collector items available, rare pieces from around the world from antique to more recent, designer accents, precious textiles and textile hangers, gifts, rare antique prints, authentic signed paintings and sculptures available on a regular base in our booth, and we will keep on adding new and unique items as we go.