a subtle glow

Sea Kale Seed

Now a protected species in the wild, sea kale has been found along the coasts of Normandy and England for thousands of years. Once pollinated, its seeds become waterproof and can travel on water.

The elliptical curved shape and textured surface of the sea kale seed is a poetic alternative to the mirror-polished bead traditionally used by jewellers.

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