Fishing Net key ring
Made from salvaged fishing net found by Museum of British Surfing Trustee Charlie Spurr down at Mouthmill on the North Devon Coast
Continuing the extremely popular fishing net bracelet theme the key rings have been made from salvaged fishing net recovered whilst doing an impromptu beach clean at Mouthmill on the North Devon Coast.
Each key ring is hand whipped using traditional twine.
The tails and the screw barrel wire inner are stainless steel to ensure safe keeping of your keys. Easily undone to attach to your belt loop or bag.
Each bracelet is hand made by designer Jane Watt and hand whipped with blue waxed thread. Discarded fishing nets can take 600 years to decay so these will last you a lifetime!
STAY SAFE – STAY STRONG – STAY STOKED