Robin’s Hood’s bay is a fishing village in the North Yorkshire Moors; it sits between Whitby and Scarborough. It is a beautiful sandy beach and is popular with families; there are plenty of rock pools and fossils to discover. Robin Hood’s Bay is an exposed reef break with reliable surf.
The inspiration behind the bead is from the colours found along the coastline of Robin Hood’s Bay. The bead is made in a light ivory glass and encased in Amber to represent the beautiful golden sand and the colour of the fishing cottages scattered along the coastline. A thin line of red glass is placed around the bead to represent the red bricks on the roofs.
Our Robin Hood's Bay beads are made by Sarah in our studio in Braunton, North Devon.
We try our very best to keep the patterns on our beads as consistent as possible but due to the nature of each one being individually handmade, please except there to be variations in each bead...this is what makes your Nalu unique!