FREE standard delivery on orders over £20

Kimmeridge Bay Bead

Kimmeridge Bay Bead


A bead inspired by Kimmeridge Bay on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site in Dorset. Collect to create unique charm bracelets and other beach jewellery.


Kimmeridge Bay is located on the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and boasts probably the best rockpooling and snorkelling site in Dorset!

The south west facing bay is roughly semi-circular and lies within a marine Special Area of Conservation. It is backed by low, clay cliffs and has a rocky shoreline. The shallow waters of the bay produce perfect conditions for the display of colourful marine life.

Waves created by the rock ledges mean the spot is popular with surfers although the perfect swell conditions are rare and its often blown out.

We used ivory lapis glass, for the sea half of this bead and a lush transparent lavender for the sky, then wrapped a yellow ivory stringer around the middle, representing the rocky clay shoreline.

Our Kimmeridge Bay beads are made by Kat in her studio in Aylesbury, Buckinghamshire.

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!