The science story. 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’s actually the (much less famous!) Anton Dohrn, at 1,800m high. This impressive seamount lies west of St Kilda in the Rockall Trough. You can read the complete science story behind the collection and see the film on our blog page.
Merging fashion, sustainability and science. This is a sustainable product showcasing a design inspired by nature. Look great, discover the unseen beauty of the ocean and support important environmental research. Ten precent (10%) of our profits go towards marine research institutions and ocean literacy programmes. By wearing your scarf and sharing the story, you actively become an ocean advocate and give your planet a voice.
Your scarf celebrates design, craftsmanship and the beauty of the planet.
Size & Composition - 10% cashmere and 90% modal, fringed edges, designed and printed in the UK. Finished by hand in Italy. Size: 135cm x 135cm, Dry clean only.
Comes inside a plastic-free, embossed Crùbag gift box with the booklet sharing the science story. Free UK standard shipping. Worldwide shipping.