We have hand picked and photographed these West Indian Chank Shells. The size range anywhere from 7 up to 9 inches. Turbinella angulata
, common name the West Indian chank shell
or Lamp Shell
, is a species of very large tropical sea snail with a gill and an operculum, in the family Turbinellidae. The basic color of the external shell surface is white, while the inner may be pink or orange. The name "chank" for the shell of this species is derived from the word shankha, the divine conch or sacred conch.
You are buying the chank shells pictured.