Divewear and surfwear manufacturer Scuba Togs launches a new range of Stirling Silver and Pewter Jewellery
October 13, 2009 (PRLEAP.COM) Sports NewsUK based Scuba Togs today announced the release of a new range of stirling silver, liquid silver and pewter jewellery to compliment it's already popular diving and surfing clothes range. The jewellery range follows a marine theme with dolphins, turtles, starfish and hammerhead sharks all beautifully created in silver necklaces and earrings for women and pewter and brass for men.
Speaking about the new range Robert Scott, Marketing Manager, commented "We are delighted with our new jewellery range which is a natural addition to our divewear and surfwear range and ideal for those customers looking for high quality and unusual gifts that are sensibly priced. Feedback so far has been extremely positive and we intend to expand the range further over the coming months".
The highly detailed collection was designed and produced by artist Roland St. John a talented artist, experienced scuba diver and passionate conservationist. Using photographs collected during many dives he has created accurate and contemporary designs for marine enthusiasts to treasure.
Notes to Editor:
- Scubatogs is committed to marine conservation and particularly opposed to overfishing and shark finning. It strongly believes in ethical and fairtrade and sources it's clothing products from WRAP certified manufacturers.
- Roland St. John is a strong supporter of The Sea Shepherds Conservation Society where Roland has designed and donated two pin styles to help end the Canadian seal hunt and save the critically endangered Leatherback sea turtle.
About Scuba Togs
Scuba Togs manufacturer and retail high quality clothing, accessories and jewellery aimed at scuba divers, freedivers and surfers. The internet based business is run by scuba diving instructors with a passion for fair working conditions and marine conservation. The company supports fairtrade and donates part of its profits to marine charities and environmental initiatives.
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