Dune Jewelry: Exquisite Designs to Help the Ocean Plastic Crisis


Recognized for its distinctive and experiential collections, Dune Jewelry is famed for using sand and earth elements from thousands of prominent and iconic locations around the world, and then producing elegant and meaningful accessories. The brand strives on creating tangible and eternal reminders of life’s most precious moments so there is a story behind each piece of jewelry.

Dune Jewelry teamed up with 4ocean to assist in pulling pounds of plastic from our oceans. Together with 4ocean, Dune Jewelry has designed an impressive collection of sterling silver rings, bracelets and necklaces that support 4ocean’s mission. All of these wearable pieces are produced from recovered ocean plastic and they are stunning!

The three exclusive designs include: Rope Seven Sands Cuff, Boho Ring, and Dune’s Classic Wave Necklace. The elements featured in each design are Bali Blue Plastic + Bali Sand, Hawaii Blue Plastic + Upcycled Hawaiian Shells sourced from a local O’ahu woman collected from her family dinners, and Florida Black Plastic + Florida Sand. “Now, more than ever, is the time to preserve and protect our oceans,” Holly Daniels Christensen, Founder and CEO of Dune Jewelry, emphasizes.

If not for you, any piece of jewelry from this collection makes an ideal gift. Especially for someone who loves and cares about the ocean. Help make an environmental difference and nab your beautiful Dune x 4ocean piece HERE. This extraordinary line can also be found on all social media platforms @DuneJewelry.

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Telina Cuppari Senior Staff Writer at Beauty News NYC
Telina Cuppari

Senior Staff Writer

Telina Cuppari is a world explorer who loves people and pizza. Originally from California, Telina speaks three languages and has worked in seven countries and traveled extensively in over 30 nations. She now resides in New Jersey where she holds two Guinness World Records for the Largest Collection of Pizza-Related Items. Her husband was kind enough to let her turn their garage into a pizza museum. Telina received her master’s in Edinburgh, Scotland and after spent three more years in the capital writing for one of the country’s largest newspapers about her failed relationships and dating foreign men. She loves anything beauty related, cooking strange food that’s super healthy, and meeting new people. Telina is the founder of Pizza Kindness. An independent, nonprofit dedicated to spreading kindness throughout the tri-state with pizza-related events and campaigns to support college scholarships and other charitable organizations.