Tiny Gold Shells-Add Some Glam to Your Getaway!




For a Glamorous look, just add these Tiny Gold Shells to your Getaway Bottle!

Add these Tiny Gold Shells for a beautiful effect!  A gorgeous metallic sheen enhances a blend of natural shells!  Complement your other components with this trio of gold shapes: The cone-shaped Trochus, basket-shaped Periwinkle, and spiral-shaped Umbonium. Tiny enough to tumble and roll inside your bottle, they are the perfect accompaniment to your miniature beach scene!  In order to show their actual size, shells are shown with our Medium Getaway Bottle for scale.

We have hand-picked the Tiny Gold Shell Mix for shape variety and texture.  The sky’s the limit with this  assortment!  But, caution! Once you start with these, there is no limit to the sparkle and shine you can add to your Getaway!

Relieves Stress!

As they tumble and roll around in your Getaway Bottle, these tiny shells give you a relaxed back-to-the-beach feeling.  Relax and enjoy the memories – touch your Getaway and breathe!  Stress relief is on the way!


The Tiny Gold Shells Mix, shown with our Medium Getaway Bottle,  demonstrates the size of these tiny shells.  It can be difficult to imagine how tiny these shells are.  So here are some dimensions for you:  The Medium Getaway Bottle measures only approximately 16mm (5/8 inch) in diameter and 35mm (1.4 inch) tall.  So, the shells actually measure less than 5mm or about 3/8 inches wide!

(Bottle sold separately.)


Where in the World Do We Find These Tiny Gold Shells?

Baby Trochus – Australia

For the most part, Baby Trochus Shells grow in two regions of Australia.  First, they grow in the region off the north and west coasts of Australia.  Unfortunately, the Baby Trochus does not have an Australian accent, however, it can help you remember an Australian accent!

In addition, the Baby Trochus shell loves to tumble around in your Getaway Bottle.  We have chosen this natural cone-shaped shell to complement the trio!

Factoid: Would you like to know what Baby Trochus like to eat?  Answer: Algae!  Maybe it’s because they have such a small mouth?


Periwinkle – Northern Europe and Northeastern US

That’s right, Periwinkle is not just a crayon color!  We have included another tiny shell, the Periwinkle.  Historically, the Periwinkle grew only along the rocky shores of Northern Europe.  However, in 1857, it was introduced in America.  Because of that, the Periwinkle has become very common along the rocky shores of New England!  Welcome to America!

The Periwinkle is also called the Black Litorina.  It grows in a basket-shaped shell with a beautiful swirl on the side.  This smooth shell actually comes in a variety of natural colors. This time, we have chosen to coat it with a gold metallic sheen!  The Periwinkle adds just the right shape variety to your Tiny Gold Shells!


Pearl Umbonium – South Pacific

We have also added the Pearl Umbonium shell.  This shell says “Artsy and Fun!”  For the most part, we find the Umbonium grows in the South Pacific. We have pictured it in the middle of the three shells.  In the photo, you can see why it is called “Pearl” Umbonium.  The humble Umbonium has built its shell with beautiful mother-of-pearl!

The Umbonium is also called the “Button-top Shell.”  We like to call it a “Cinnamon Bun Shell” because it is shaped like a tiny cinnamon bun!  The “Cinnamon Bun Shell” lives just under the beach’s surface.  It continually polishes its shell on the shifting sand.  Because of this, it has a fine natural polish and luster.  As a result, the Pearl Umbonium is so shiny, it is a favorite shell of the hermit crab!

Add Some Glam to Your Already Amazing Getaway Bottle!  Add Some Tiny Gold Shells!


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Additional information

Getaway Bottle Size

For Large Getaway Bottles, For Medium Getaway Bottles, For Small/Mini Getaway Bottles


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