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Surf

Regular price €63 EUR
Regular price €125 Sale price €63 EUR
Coming soon Sale Final sale Sold out New Bestseller Exclusive Only 3 left!
  • Waterproof, tarnish-proof, hypoallergenic
  • 100% recycled stainless steel
  • Lifetime warranty
Colour: Stainless Steel

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Note: Clearance items are final sale.

A contemporary spin on the omnipresent puka shell necklaces of the late 90s and Y2K era, the Surf marries genuine sea-shells with industrial chainlink components and a removable star charm. Finished with our signature Glyph carabiner clasp and an adjustable sizing chain.

Materials: Stainless Steel, Shell. 45cm (18") in length, adjustable up to 55cm (22").

Our accessories are made from stainless steel — a metal that does not rust, tarnish, or turn your skin green. Finishes, such as gold, black and gasoline, are created using anodized stainless steel and plated at up to 0.8 microns for maximum durability.

Based on the properties of this metal, all of our accessories are covered by a Lifetime Warranty.

Sale / Clearance items are final sale and are not eligible for return or exchange. Refer to our Returns & Exchanges page for further information.

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    S G.
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    Rated 4 out of 5 stars
    3 months ago
    Cuter in person! The...

    Cuter in person! The photos doesn't really show how pretty this is, i love it. Hopefully the thin chain that holds the shells is sturdy enough... 🤞

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Engineered staples and contemporary statements.Made for the future with 100% recycled stainless steel.

Steel is the most recycled material on the planet. Each Vitaly piece may therefore contain remnants of machines, skyscrapers or car parts — a cycle that continually influences our design practice.