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Cup Coral 7"- 10"
Cup Coral 7"- 10"
Cup Coral 7"- 10"
Cup Coral 7"- 10"
Cup Coral 7"- 10"
Cup Coral 7"- 10"
Cup Coral 7"- 10"

Cup Coral 7"- 10"

Regular price $175.00 $75.00 Sale

Cup Coral is a beautiful and unique piece of Coral, round in shape with delicate leaves or blades of Coral!  A fabulous item to display alone or add to your collection! 

A featured item from our Kennebunkport Collection.  One-of-a-kind unique items sourced from the Kennebunk’s in southern Coastal Maine. Bring an authentic piece of nautical or coastal history into your home.

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DIMENSIONS:  7" - 10" 

ORIGIN: Indo-Pacific Ocean

HISTORY & FACTS: Phylum: Cnidaria, Class: Anthozoa, Order: Scleractinia Generally inhabits shallow fore reefs to deeper areas where they become more plate-like, and often found on or near the edges of overhangs and steep drop-offs. Can be found in theIndo-West Pacific and Red Sea, including western, northern, and eastern coasts of Australia east to Tahiti, and north to southern Japan.

There is a current shift to Aquaculture and Sustainability instead of wild harvesting. Particularly in Indonesia, the world’s largest supplier of stony corals and home to more coral reef areas than any other nation, many producers have “learned that if you collect a really beautiful, interesting coral, if you export that, you get to export it one time,” “If you keep it and farm it, you get to export it forever.”

-Courtesy Coral Digest

In addition we actively donate monthly to the Coral Reef Alliance (CORAL) is an environmental NGO that is on a mission to save the world’s coral reefs. www.coral.org

Please note: Understanding the importance and having a strict sense of obligation regarding coral reef ecosystems and their ecology, my supplier has always closely followed both U.S. and international import & export protocol. All documentation from the country of origin and CITES permits when required are submitted to USF&W and US Customs during formal entry procedures.