Paua shell; IL2007.44.1

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Canterbury Museum

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Paua shell

About this object

Paua shell, abalone that formed part of a display of thousands of shells in the lounge of Fred and Myrtle Flutey's home in Bluff, Southland and now recreated in Canterbury Museum.

Credit Line

Paua shell, Canterbury Museum, IL2007.44.1, New Zealand, loan of Ross Bowen

Object Type

Marine shell

Object number

IL2007.44.1

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