Ocean Mysteries designed by Celine Cousteau
These components have been designed by Celine Cousteau, marine conservationist and granddaughter of legendary explorer Jacques Cousteau. Inspired by the depths of the ocean, these items showcase the captivating and unaltered beauty of the spellbinding creatures that call the sea home.
Sea Urchin Round Stone
This stone features an irregular star shape reminiscent of the spiky sea urchin. Interplay of matte and shiny surfaces add to the effect. The back of the stone is shaped like a rivoli. Add this bold back-to-nature design to your projects for a powerful ecological statement. It's unusual, elegant and edgy!
Jelly Fish Flatback and Fancy Stone
The jelly fish flatback and fancy stone displays a rounded eight-pointed star shape with a naturalistic appearance, inspired by the circular body of the silent, slow water drifters after which it is named. This stone features a complex multilayer cut and a matte finish with a shimmering graphic surface. The life-like design is sure to stand out.
Radiolarians are single-cell organisms with an opalescent exoskeleton that look awe-inspiring through a microscope. With that in mind, this pendant features a carefully perforated surface with a dynamic interplay of shiny and partially frosted facets, highlighting how Mother Nature applies perfectionism to even her tiniest creations. This is a great piece to use as a ready-to-wear pendant tied to leather or silk.
Sea Snail Pendant
Twirled like a classic snail shell, this pendant combines shiny and frosted facets to create a punctuated body full of stunning sparkle. It's sure to evoke memories of summer holidays with seaside walks and beach finds. The elegant yet unconventional appearance will make a splash in your jewelry designs.