BOHEME OCTOPUS PEARL CHARM
The Boheme La Pieuvre Octopus charm was born of Delphine’s deep love for the beach, its seas and oceans, and their ecosystems. The color changing octopus symbolizes intelligence, resourcefulness and adaptability, as well as inner wisdom, intuition and healing.
To help protect the octopus' natural habitat, and our planet, 5% of sales proceeds of this jewel will be donated to Big Blue & You, a non-profit dedicated to inspiring and educating youth about ocean conservation through arts, science and media.
Hand carved by Delphine then cast in 18k recycled gold, it sits atop a 12mm vintage turquoise bead.
Hand carved by Delphine then cast in 18k recycled gold, it sits atop a 12mm Tahitian black pearl.
This particular pearl shown is no longer available and for illustration purposes only.
Each pearl is selected by Delphine for its luster and gorgeous baroque shape, and each version of the charm will look slightly different, and be as unique as you are. Pearl options can be emailed by Delphine if requested, or you can choose to be surprised and trust her eye for beauty.
The Octopus' 8 arms lovingly hug the pearl, a gemstone known for its calming and centering properties, and its gentle glow is akin to luminous water energy. They are also the birthstone for the month of June.
A reminder that pearls are porous gems, and that it is best to keep them away from liquids and perfumes that could damage their nacre and shine.
Designed and crafted to order in NYC, allow up to 3 weeks prior to shipping.
B I G B L U E & Y O U in their own words:
Big Blue & You is the only ocean conservation nonprofit to be founded and run by African American women and is a passionate proponent of intersectional environmentalism and decolonizing the natural world. For the past 13 years, the organization has supported emerging conservationists — especially young women of color — and connected young leaders with STEAM resources to help them become ocean advocates. We believe that equitable access to outdoor spaces is critical to engaging BIPOC communities and that people must experience what they are asked to protect. www.bigblueandyou.org