Pale blue seaglass found in Hossegor paired with a Vietnamese shivas eye shell.

The spiral shell is often called ‘shiva’s eye’ and is regarded as a very important symbol especially in India. The ‘shiva’s eye’ shells are said to awaken a sense of adventure, change and can eliminate fear! These shells were found in Vietnam so will connect the wearer to the Pacific Ocean. This shell has a very small, natural chip on the bottom (as can be seen in the photos). Therefore I have added a small discount to this ring.

Both are set on a sterling silver hammered band which represents the ripples of the ocean.

U.K. Size L - O which is a small/medium size.

If you are unsure of your ring size or you need to convert your size from a different size system, you should find everything you need here; https://www.oceanboheme.co.uk/measure-your-ring-size

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.

Turquoise Tides - Size L - O

£45.00Price