Recent Examples of seashell from the Web
The furniture is a mix of crisp white sofas and club chairs, a few old Swedish pieces, anonymous early American paintings, chunks of coral that could pass for Urs Fischer sculptures, and lots and lots of seashells.
The conque, also known as a seashell horn or shell trumpet, has been described as an ancient musical gift from the sea.
Workshop students will mix their own pigment with a variety of materials, including seashells.
The vehicle owner’s manual was stolen and a box of seashells was damaged.
Women in ancient Egypt removed body hair by plucking it with proto-tweezers crafted from seashells.
For a time, the mainland was cut off from the tourist mecca of Sanibel Island, known for its beaches and seashells that wash ashore from the Gulf of Mexico.
Scholars could reason their way around previous out-of-place discoveries like fossil seashells found on mountaintops, Mr. McKay writes.
Hotel stationery crafted from indigenous seashells is instead a timeless treat.
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First Known Use of seashell
before 12th century
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