Surfer Dolphin Bead
Your purchase will support marine research and conservation, as 7SEAS donates 10% of its sales to The Manta Trust charity.
Sterling silver bead with Swarovsky crystals, featuring dolphin riding a wave
A one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry with our Sterling Silver Surfer Dolphin Bead. The bead features an intricate design of a dolphin riding the waves, crafted with precision and attention to detail. The dolphin is paired with a dazzling array of Swarovski crystals that add a touch of glamour and shine to the piece.
Made of high-quality sterling silver, this bead is built to last and is perfect for all your jewelry-making and craft projects. With a hole size of 4.5 mm, it fits most standard chains, cords and bracelets. The Dolphin wave bead is not just an accessory, but it is an expression of one's connection to the ocean, marine life and all the beauty it holds. It makes for a great gift for an ocean lover or a unique addition to your own collection.
Stand out from the crowd with this unique and meaningful bead and make a statement wherever you go. Order yours today and add a touch of the ocean to your jewelry collection!
Surfer Dolphin bead fits Pandora bracelets.
Materials: 925 Sterling silver, Swarovski crystals
Size: 13.0x1.4 mm, hole size - 4.5 mm
Dolphins are known to surf waves! They are very acrobatic creatures and often enjoy riding the waves created by boats or natural ocean currents. They can also be seen riding swells created by the wind and tide. They do this by swimming at the surface of the water and leaping out of the water and into the air as a wave approaches, then riding the wave and often leaping again as the wave breaks. This behavior is called porpoising, it’s not only fun and playful, but it also allows them to move more efficiently through the water.
This behavior has been observed in many species of dolphins, but it is particularly common in the Bottlenose dolphin. The bottlenose dolphin is one of the species most often seen riding swells and ship’s wakes. They also sometimes use the waves created by boats or ships to swim faster and to travel over greater distances. This kind of behavior is not only fun to watch, but it also allows them to save energy and travel faster.