Sea Life Charity Sterling Silver Bracelet
Manta Ray Design in Blue
Despite their size, manta rays move with incredible grace below the waves. These gentle giants are often misunderstood as being dangerous creatures because of their similarities with stingrays, but the truth is they’re harmless.
As gentle and majestic as they are, manta rays are under threat. They’re hunted for their gill plates, which are mistakenly thought to hold incredibly healing powers in Chinese medicine. Even when they’re not targeted, manta rays are in danger as they often end up as bycatch in fishing equipment.
15% of profits from every Manta Ray Clasp are donated directly to Blue Sphere Foundation to support their efforts in protecting threatened marine species and habitats.
Whale Design in Coral
Whales carry a commanding presence oceanwide, yet their beauty and humbleness are what continually leave a lasting impression with those onshore. Sound like you? Clip on a Whale Clasp and inspire the world.
With each purchase of this Clasp, 15% of profits go on to support Whale and Dolphin Conservation (WDC), an organisation dedicated to the worldwide protection and preservation of all whales, dolphins, and porpoises.
- 1/2 inch great white clasp for more compact style
- Ready for ocean wear
- Marine grade accessory cord for durability
- Made in the USA
- One size fits all
- Free drawstring bag for transportation
Thank you for helping Cape Clasp #makewaves for marine life causes!About Cape Clasp
Cape Clasp was founded in 2013. They created a bracelet shaped like Cape Cod and developed a non-profit partnership model with the CC National Seashore. They shared their story on social media, and after selling out of their first batch, started to think of ways to expand their line and support more non-profit causes.
Today, Cape Clasp is a purpose-driven brand with a mission to #makewaves for marine life causes. For each design, they partner with a marine life organization and donate 15% of their profits. Over the past two years, they are proud to say their non-profit donations totaled over $35,000.
So support Cape Clasp today, and help them #makewaves !