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Halved and hollowed with its raw husk form still exposed.

Native to the Seychelles, coco de mers, or “nuts of the sea”, are highly sought after for a number of reasons.

Their uncanny intimate resemblance of the female form make them elegant, seductive and decorative pieces to own. They can now only be removed from the Seychelles under strict licensing and laws.

I personally adore it’s natural ‘pubic’ detailing.

Large Coco De Mer. Circa 1940

  • height 25.5cm. Width 27cm. Depth 7.6cm

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