Cowrie (Monetaria moneta), or Cypraea moneta is a variety of shells found in the Maldives and Islands Soulou (between the Philippines and Borneo) but in much of Western Indo-Pacific. Used as currency, they continue today to be used as a medium, decorations and objects of divination. Their name comes from the sanskrit Word kaparda or kapardika, then transformed by the English cowrie or cowri.
beautiful pierced shell with 2 holes natural colors white brown beige yarn, Orange, bright approximate dimensions of 18 to 21 mm, width 10-12 mm thickness about 8 mm, 1 to 1.5 mm hole
sold by 10pcs (the beads are not identical from each other)
shipments treated under plastic and bubble wrap pouch