Golden Sands Crystal & Seashell Mix
Our Golden Sands Crystal and Seashell Mix is so named because its full of lovely golden colours like at the beach on a sunny summer day.
This mix is pretty as a picture with a gorgeous array of shell and crystal shapes, colours and finishes. Discover an abundance of golds and creams from a sparkling citrine cluster to luminescent pearl shells in your stunning collection.
Your crystal collection will consist of:
1 x Citrine cluster a crystal chosen for joy, success and communication.
1 x very large Golden Healer tumble chosen for alignment, healing and self-esteem.
1 x Yellow Calcite Heart (approx 3cm) chosen for motivation, drive & confidence.
Medium baked Citrine Tumbles
Medium Yellow Calcite Tumbles
Small Citrine Points
You will receive incredibly beautiful Golden Pearled Macabebe Shells along with gorgeous Bursa Rubeta shells (both approx 9cm in length) mingled amongst a beautiful mixture of pearled and natural shells that complement the amazing crystals chosen for this mix.
This lovely crystal and shell mix will arrive nestled in a linen bag.
* PRE-ORDERS will take approximately 2 weeks from the date of order until it is ready for delivery.
The mix could differ slightly from the pictures shown dependent upon the shells and crystals available to us but you will receive the same value of crystals and shells as is in this mix.
Mindful Sourcing of Shells and Marine Life:
We support the company that supports the oceans. My supplier collects shells that are abundant, commercial-grade shells. The shells we sell have originally been collected for food or are the by-product of licensed fishing and aquaculture operations. This means we get to share and enjoy shells that would otherwise be waste.
I source my shells from a company that are mindful of their overseas harvesters and use fair trade practices. They have voluntarily committed to an industry Stewardship Action Plan to adapt responsibly to working in a marine environment and also contribute to scientific research projects and participate in government initiatives. In November 2008, the fishery was presented internationally as an example of the world’s best practice in ecologically sustainable fisheries management.