“Ark Clam Shells have about 200 species and come in many shapes and sizes. The outer skin of the ark clam shell acts as a camouflage to match the surroundings of its environment. The shells of the ark clam actually look like stones when lying on the bottom of the water. Ark clam shells are commonly used as bait and food throughout the Caribbean.”
A OOAK (One-Of-A-Kind) “SoftSculpt” of an Ark sea shell approximately 4 ½“ long from the base of her fin to the top of her head and she is not removable from her base. She’s entirely made of FIMO clay except for her fin. She is blushed with heat-set paints. The base is about 4 ½” in diameter and has a walnut finish. The fin is handmade from FIMO liquid and Angelina film.
FDMj signature and date at the bottom of the base.