A classic Ocean Boheme design, combining an upcycled cowrie shell and an amazonite gemstone.

The layered necklaces that can be worn together or apart.

Amazonite is said to filter stresses and have a calming effect on the wearer. Whilst the colour of the stone conjures up memories of tropical seas.

In addition to this the inverted triangle represents water in alchemy. It was often blue and was also an ancient symbol of femininity. Wearing this necklace embodies the ocean and femininity together.

According to African legend, if you are attracted to cowrie shells you could be family to an Ocean Spirit. It also represents the Goddess protection which is very powerful and connected with the strength of the ocean. Wearing a cowrie shell will connect the wearer to the ocean and this shell is known to represent wealth, good luck and fertility!

The two pendants hang on 18” & 22” sterling silver snake chains.

The jewellery comes in a cotton gift bag and is delivered in plastic free packaging.

5% of profits goes to support marine conservation charities, this includes a donation made to Surfers Against Sewage who campaign for plastic free seas and one coral fragment being replanted by Coralive.org for every purchase made.

There’s also an option at checkout to upgrade your coral fragment to a bigger one for just £5. All proceeds will go to Coralive and you will receive a downloadable thank you to share on your social media stories.

If this is a gift for someone else you can also buy a mini ‘Ocean Goddess’ giftcard at the checkout.

Caribbean Ocean

£90.00Price
  • I want you to be happy with your jewellery choice. If you wish to return your purchase you may do so for exchange, store credit or full refund provided the item is returned within 14 days and it is returned unworn and undamaged.  Please note that postage costs will not be refunded.  

  • Shells and gemstones are fragile and can break if dropped on hard surfaces or bashed against objects.  Please look after your precious jewels! 

    Sterling silver is inherantly maleable, therefore it can bend if enough pressure is exerted on it.  Be careful to keep jewellery where it can't be stood upon or worn when it could get caught in something! 

    Sterling silver can tarnish over time, especially if not worn everyday.  This is completely normal, pure silver is too soft for jewellery and therefore 925 silver (92.5% pure silver + 7.5% copper) will react to chemicals, cosmetics, sweat and salt causing it to tarnish.  

    To remove tarnish from your jewellery  the easiest way is to rub toothpaste into the silver for at least 5 minutes and then rinse.  You can also try leaving to soak in white vinegar or polishing using a specially impregnated cloth.