Conch or chank shells are often used to represent an offering of music on a traditional Tibetan shrine. These genuine shells are approximately 5 to 6 inches long. Due to the nature of these shells they will display slight variation of colour and inclusions. The lovely metalwork on the shell has been silver plated and is inlaid with imitation coral and turquoise. Even though they are small there is a hole at the apex to allow them to be played. They make a beautiful shrine or altar offering.
Length 5 to 6 inches.
Width approx 2 inches
Hand carfted in Nepal.
The number of gemstones in each piece may vary.