Our ethical earrings made from recycled marine plastics are a one off fashion statement.
Collected off our beaches, marine debris, including discarded fishing line, ghost netting, marine rope and also hard plastics are all used in making our ethical earrings.
Be The Change and Support the Increasing Groundswell of People Being The Voice For Our Planet.
1.Want to do your bit for our planet, but don’t have the time?
2.Maybe you just want to do something that’s more personal?
3.How about advocating for no plastics simply by wearing some?
What are these Ethical Earrings Made From?
We have predominantly used hard plastics along with new stainless steel findings. Washed up on our beaches, each piece of marine debris we use has been hand collected, cleaned and finally arranged to create this unique one off piece.
All the plastics we collect are at different stages of deterioration and therefore crumble, split or crack. This makes it a challenge to both work with and to also keep the plastics from breaking down further. For this reason, we try to only use plastics which are hard and a bit more resilient. We can’t guarantee they won’t chip a bit however, but this is part of their story and what makes each piece unique and one off.
Why Do You Make Earrings from Man-made Marine Debris?
Deliberately used in making these ethical earrings are materials which threaten our environment. We make each piece of jewellery in a creative way to act as a vehicle for carrying a message as well as prompting awareness. Using pieces of plastic without disguising or changing them allows us furthermore to showcase our message.
Raising awareness of the impact of plastics on our environment is above all why we use these materials the way we do.
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Materials: Marine [ hard plastics].
Width at widest point: 3cm
Findings: Stainless Steel