Abalone shells are often used for
smudging ceremonies by the Native Americans in the United States and
These abalone shells have been cleaned, bleached, and treated in muriatic acid and/or dipped in a light coating of resin. The outside of the shell is clean, but still rough. They are not recommended for use in food consumption. The sizes have been
obtained by measuring the longest side of the shell. We weighed a random 5"-6" abalone shell as 4 oz., and a group of four 5"-6" as 1 lb.
|| Price Each
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Red:2-3"
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Red:3-4"
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Red:4-5"
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Red:5-6" (limited supply)
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:3-4"
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:4-5"
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:5-6"
|| Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:6-7"
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Green:7-8"
||Mexican Abalone Shell:Broken/Chipped
||US$19.99 per pound
Genus and species of Red Mexican Abalone: Haliotis
The Red Mexican Abalone shells are not for sale in California, Oregon, or Washington State.
and species of Green Mexican Abalone: Haliotis fulgens, wild.
exported from the USA, Mexican abalone shells are subject to USFWS export processing fees at overseas rates, not at NAFTA rates as one would think.