This is the picturesque tip of a conch shell found washed ashore in the Outer Banks of North Carolina. It is completed with german silver and has a sheer silvery topcoat. I've included a nylon cord, however it can be worn on your favortie chain. It is a wonderful example of the golden ratio that shows spiraling with no gaps.
The magical ratio of the spirals are known as the fibonacci or 'golden ratio' (1.61803). It can be seen simply as a sequence of numbers: 0 1 1 2 3 5 8 13 21, etc.. (the two previous numbers add up to the next number). This ratio allows for the turning, or spiraling of a thing with no gaps and can be seen throughout nature such as in flowers, buds, faces, seed heads, fruits, trees, DNA molecules and nautilus shells.
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