Blue Whale Bead
Sterling silver blue whale bead with Swarovski crystals and enamel
This sterling silver blue whale bead is a stunning piece of jewelry for freedivers and ocean lovers alike. The bead is made of 925 sterling silver and features intricate detailing that captures the beauty and grace of the blue whale. The bead is adorned with sparkling Swarovski crystals and enamel accents, adding a touch of luxury and elegance to the piece. The bead is perfect for adding to a charm bracelet, necklace, or even hung as a charm from a keychain.
Freedivers will love the meaning and beauty behind this bead, it serves as a reminder of the magnificent marine life they have encountered underwater, it can be a special memory of your diving experiences. It can be a great conversation starter for your diving buddies, or as a gift for someone special who shares your love for the ocean.
By purchasing this bead, you can show off your love for the ocean and make a difference in protecting these majestic creatures.
Blue Whale bead is compatible with all major brand charm bracelets, including Pandora, Trollbeads, Chamilia, Biagi and many more.
Materials: 925 Sterling silver, Swarovski Crystals, Enamel
Weight: 2.69 g
Size: 14.0x10.8x10.1 mm, hole size - 4.4 mm
About blue whale
Blue whales are the largest animals on Earth, reaching lengths of up to 100 feet and weights of up to 200 tons. Despite their massive size, blue whales are incredibly agile and graceful in the water, and are known for their acrobatic displays, including breaching and tail slapping.
Freedivers are often amazed by the presence of blue whales when they encounter them during their dives. Due to their size, divers can be fairly close to a blue whale without it even noticing them. It is not recommended to approach them too closely, since they are wild animals and should be respected. However, observing them from a safe distance can be a breathtaking experience.
Interestingly, blue whales are also known to be deep divers, capable of diving to depths of over 500 meters (1,600 feet) in search of food. This is one of the deepest dives of any mammal, making them a true testament to the capabilities of marine life.
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