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Baret in Black Anchor | Upcycled

29.00 €
Delivery date: 19 July 2024-07-19


Botanist Jeanne Baret was the first woman to circumnavigate the world. As assistant to botanist Philibert Comemrson, she sailed in 1766 disguised as a man, since women were not allowed in the French Royal Navy. After a two-year voyage she was discovered and forced to land on Mauritius Island alone and without resources. In 1774 she married the French naval officer Jean Dubernat and returned to France completing the round-the-world trip.

In recognition of the women who sacrifice themselves in order to fulfill their dreams.

Product Details

Colour: Navy blue
Details: White-Pink-White

Unisex nautical bracelet adjustable to all wrists with sliding knots. Handmade in Spain, with rope made from plastic waste collected from the sea, abrasion resistant and flexible that fits perfectly. The anchor is made of AISI 316 steel, resistant to saltwater corrosion.

The material of this bracelet is SEAQUAL® YARN which contains approximately 10% of Upcycled Marine Plastic and 90% of plastics derived from consumption. The Upcyled Marine Plastic is made of marine waste collected from our oceans, beaches, rivers and estuaries.

    Baret in Black Anchor | Upcycled

    29.00 €