A beautiful pairing of a large Larimar gemstone with an upcycled cowrie shell, both encased in silver and hung on recycled silver chains. silver coin which has ‘salt’ stamped on the back. The pendants each hang on an 18” and 22” silver snake chain.
This gemstone is called Larimar, named after the ocean and you can see why! Larimar is only found in one place in the world, on a beautiful Caribbean island renowned for great surf, kitesurfing and diving conditions, so take a piece of the Caribbean with you!
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 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.
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