Fish Pendant


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This shell carving of a fish, said to be from Colima in West Mexico, is cut out of a large white shell. The fish has an arched body with two dorsal fins and two fins on its underside. The mouth is slightly open; the eye has two concentric circles, the inner one being perforated. There are two suspension holes near the bottom edge.

Fish Pendant, Shell, Colima

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