This piece of artwork is displayed on reclaimed locust wood, salvaged from a barn in North East Ohio. Beachglass and driftwood from Lake Erie, pottery from New York City's Jamaican Bay, and seashells from Floridas Gulf Coast were used in creating this traditional pineapple. It is approximately 9 x 16 inches in size and has a hanger on the back. Coquinas, jingle shells, oysters, and scallops are just a few of the shells used. Great gift idea for any beach lover.