These are our core values here at Seapig. We ourselves make bespoke jewellery from seaglass we collect from beaches when carrying out regular beach cleaning. We also support and promote other small businesses who share our passion for reusing materials, promoting plastic-free alternatives, and working in an environmentally ethical way - to see these other amazing planet-friendly artisan items take a look at our Seapig Store site.
We are a family who are passionate about beach cleaning, reducing our use of single use plastics and using the beautiful seaglass we collect to create handcrafted, unique jewellery.
We also love supporting other local, ethical and environmentally minded business. We have an eco store and coffee bar under construction at present where we will be selling upcycled, recycled, local and ethical products. Some of these other products can be purchased through our virtual store now.
We are absolutely thrilled to have released a brand-new and exciting range of 'Absolute Rubbish' jewellery; combining white sea glass, with beach plastics and foil-backed rubbish we have collected from the shores of Anglesey. This range is totally upcycled and recycled and is something that we hope will act as a conversation-starter about our consumer habits and what we can all do to cut down on single-use packaging.
To avoid any confusion with genuine sea glass colours you find on this Seapig Seaglass site, this new Absolute Rubbish rage is sold through our other website which houses our eco store, where you can find amazing Upcycled, Ethical and Sustainable items from an array of other planet-friendly makers too.
John Lewis Pop Up Shop
We are thrilled to have been selected by The Great British Exchange to take part in their Great British Pop Up scheme, in collaboration with John Lewis and Partners.
Our provisional dates are to be in the Chester store Monday 16 November through Sunday 22 November 2020. We will of course keep you updated as the Covid-19 situation progresses.