Coral is a vital part of our ocean’s ecosystem. But in recent years, coral reefs have been dying at an alarming rate as a result of development, climate change, and disease. The Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution has started the 'Give Reefs a Chance' campaign to spread awareness for the issues facing coral reefs and the ways everyone can help. For more information on how you can make a difference, please visit WHOI's website.
Help protect our coral reefs with this one of a kind CC X WHOI Coral Ring!
Also available through Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
- Comes in 2 adjustable sizes: small (size 7.5 / 17.7mm), or large (size 10.5 / 20.2mm) Check out our size guide for more details.
- Sterling Silver Plated w/ a Brass Base
- Drawstring bag for transportation
- 15% of profits support WHOI
Thank you for helping Cape Clasp #makewaves for marine life causes!
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QUALITY CRAFTSMANSHIP & DESIGN
At Cape Clasp, we believe that great design and impeccable craftsmanship go hand in hand. We're dedicated to creating one-of-a-kind, durable products that are functional and comfortable. Our supply chain is Climate Neutral certified, as we strive to minimize our environmental footprint by using sustainable materials and ethical manufacturing practices.
INSPIRED BY THE SEA
Our brand was born out of a love for the ocean and a desire to protect it. We draw inspiration from the beauty of the sea and partner with a marine life non-profit on every design. Whether you're wearing our shark-inspired jewelry or our eco-friendly sunnies, you can feel connected to the ocean and its creatures.
MAKING A DIFFERENCE
At Cape Clasp, we're making waves for marine life causes. We're committed to making a positive impact on the world, one product at a time. That's why we donate 15% of our profits to ocean and marine life nonprofit organizations through our partnership with 1% For the Planet. As of 2023, we have donated over $200,000 to local and national non-profits.