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Conchas Red scarf

Conchas Red scarf

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The Seamount Collection feature Thyasiridae, a bivalve (clam) found at the base of Anton Dohrn Seamount, at an incredible depth of 2,200m. It’s amazing to think even at that depth, we’re finding such small and intricate organisms.

One surprising fact is that if you take seamounts into account, Ben Nevis (1,345m) is not the tallest mountain in the UK. It is actually the (much less famous) Anton Dohrn, at 1,800m high. This impressive seamount lies west of St Kilda in the Rockall Trough.

Product description

Designed in Scotland.
Size: 138cm x 138cm.
Silk chiffon variant: 100% silk chiffon; rolled edges.
Modal cashmere variant: 90% modal and 10% cashmere; Fringed and hemmed edges.
Made in the UK.
Dry clean only.

Every scarf is accompanied by a story card or booklet, and is presented in a luxurious Crùbag gift box.

Inspiration and science story

We have delved into the depths of the ocean to bring you a vibrant and beautiful collection of designs inspired by the organisms which inhabit the mountains under the sea.

To do this, we were delighted to team up with scientists Professor Bhavani Narayanaswamy and Dr Natalia Serpetti from the Scottish Association for Marine Science to produce this collection.

The collaboration furthers our mission to share the hidden beauty of the ocean with our wonderful customers, empowering them to wear their values and spread the word so that these fascinating and delicate ecosystems can be preserved for generations to come.

Seamounts are underwater mountains. Like mountains on land, they tower above the immediate surrounding area. In contrast to mountains on land, which can be quite barren, devoid of flora and fauna in comparison to the valleys below, seamounts are often covered in the most abundant and incredibly beautiful animals.

Our Conchas Blue and Conchas Red scarves in the Seamount Collection actually features the bivalve Thyasira species, an organism found at the base of Anton Dohrn Seamount, at an incredible depth of 2,200m. It’s amazing to think even at that depth; we’re finding such small and intricate organisms.

To be classified as a seamount, these undersea mountains must reach at least 1,000 metres in height, but some of the examples studied have reached heights of 3,000 or even 4,000 metres these depths whose exploration even now pushes the boundaries of science and technology and leads to new discoveries. Many seamounts are located in very remote places far from land, so it can take many days even to reach the sites by ship.

Positive impact

Each scarf is paired with its written ocean literacy story, sharing the science and images that inspired the collection. 

Every purchase helps fund and communicate leading research. Our impact partners are dedicated to solving global issues through marine science. 

By wearing your Crùbag products and sharing the story, you are part of the ocean advocacy movement, educating, inspiring others around you.

Shipping and returns

FREE SHIPPING IN THE UK. We offer FREE standard shipping to all our customers in the UK.

All orders in the UK, unless otherwise agreed, will be shipped via: Royal Mail, Signed For 1st Class.

INTERNATIONAL ORDERS are charged at £12.50 and may take up to 7-10 working days or longer to reach their destination. We are not responsible for any delays caused by customs clearance processes.

International orders, unless otherwise agreed, will be shipped via: Royal Mail or Fedex International Priority.

RETURNS POLICY: If you are not completely satisfied with your purchase, we are sorry to hear that. Please return the item within 14 days of receipt.

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