Invasive Lionfish fin set in bio resin, preserving the rich colors and delicate fin details. Perfect for the eco jewelry lover and awareness advocate! What better way to start a conversation about the damage lionfish are causing reefs throughout the Atlantic?!
- Orange Lionfish tail fin set in bio resin - Surgical steel lever back style earring stays put (Hooks as shown in picture, by request) - Roughly 2.5" long (6.35cm) - Matching sets available - Each fin is different, there will be slight variation in spots and spines - Arrives gift wrapped with information cards relating to your purchase
HISTORY & INFORMATION
From the La Garza Pterois Collection
Each piece is handcrafted and shaped using a bio resin at my breezy seaside studio in St. George Bermuda. We’re proud to promote awareness, sustainability and conservation through our brand and manufacturing process.
The fins are first dehydrated and then set in bio resin or dipped multiple times. Spines are no longer dangerous even if the resin seal were to be broken.
Pterois is a genus of venomous marine fish, more commonly known as lionfish. Though native to the Indo Pacific, due to the pet trade industry, lionfish have become an invasive species in the Atlantic. Two species are found here in Bermuda, Pterois volitans and Pterois miles.