Deep Dive Bead
Sterling silver bead featuring an underwater landscape typical for a deep scuba or free dive
Deep Dive bead is a stunning piece of jewelry for freedivers and scuba divers alike. The bead is made of 925 sterling silver and features intricate enamel work that depicts dark blue silhouettes of fish, coral, and bubbles. It captures the beauty of the deep ocean and is perfect for adding to a charm bracelet, necklace, or even hung as a charm from a keychain.
Freedivers and scuba divers will appreciate the intricate details and meaning behind this bead, it serves as a reminder of the unique and beautiful marine life that can be found at deeper depths, as well as the incredible diving experiences that await them. The bead's enamel work and the color palette used, evokes the feeling of being under the water, with the deep blue representing the depth and the silhouettes of the fish and coral representing the life and diversity that can be found there.
Deep Dive bead is compatible with all major brand charm bracelets, including Pandora, Trollbeads, Chamilia, Biagi and many more. It's a perfect way to express your love for diving and the ocean, and can also serve as a reminder of the importance of conservation of the deep sea.
By purchasing this bead, you not only get a beautiful piece of jewelry, but also support conservation efforts to protect deep-sea environments. A portion of the proceeds from the sale of this bead goes towards organizations dedicated to preserving marine life and the ocean, particularly those that focus on the conservation of deep sea habitats and the species that call them home.
This sterling silver bead is a unique and elegant way to show off your love for diving and the ocean, and a perfect conversation starter with fellow diving enthusiasts. It will make a great addition to any jewelry collection and a memorable gift for anyone who shares your passion for the underwater world.
Materials: 925 Sterling silver, Enamel
Size: 12.1x9.4 mm, hole size - 4.5 mm
About deep dives
Deep diving below 30 meters (100 feet) brings divers into an entirely different world, one that is characterized by an ever-increasing lack of light and an otherworldly color palette. At this depth, the colors of the underwater environment start to fade and everything begins to take on a deep blue hue. This is due to the fact that as the diver descends deeper, the water absorbs more of the colors in the spectrum of light, leaving only the blue wavelengths to penetrate the depths.
As the diver descends further, the visibility begins to decrease and the environment becomes darker and darker. The coral, plants and fish that can be found in shallower waters begin to fade and disappear, replaced by a silent and dark environment. The only light that illuminates this underwater world comes from the diver’s artificial light, which casts long shadows and gives the environment an eerie and otherworldly feel.
At this depth, the pressure increases, and the diver needs to monitor their gas supply carefully. The diver’s perception of time and distance can be distorted by the darkness and silence. This is an environment where the sounds of the water and the diver’s breathing become the only familiar sounds.
The marine life that can be found at these depths are also adapted to the lack of light and the cold temperatures, such as Bioluminescent creatures and deep-sea fish that are adapted to the darkness. Seeing these creatures can be a truly magical experience and one that deep diving enthusiasts will always remember.
Anonymous (verified owner) –
Absolutely lovely piece. Very unique.