3598 – Sea shell pendant belonging to Julia Pearce

Physical description:
Pendant consisting of a shell broken by the action of the sea so that its inner column, and the way the outer part of the shell spirals around it, is revealed. Strung on a cream-brown leather thong. Probably found/made by Julia Pearce herself. The inside of the shell is creamy white and the outside is banded brown and white.
Museum classification:
Modern Witchcraft
Size:
Shell: 33 x 30 x 18
Information:

Part of a collection of jewellery that belonged to Julia Pearce.

Resource:
Object
Materials:
Shell, leather