Tuesday, April 23, 2024
HomeDEMA Show CoverageDive Flag Jewelry: Let 'Em Know You Dive!

Dive Flag Jewelry: Let ‘Em Know You Dive!

DeeperBlue.com caught up with Evonne Dunn, the founder of Dive Flag Jewelry at DEMA Show.

Owned and operated by Evonne, this boutique jewelry design store was born in 1976 from Handmaid Enterprises, which specialized in the design, manufacture and sale of unique seashore and dive-related jewelry. Dive Flag Jewelry is a reincarnation of the same concept using sustainable materials and advanced manufacturing techniques to create beautiful, wearable works of dive art.

A certified diver since 1997, Evonne recognized the need for better quality, beautiful and durable jewelry that  celebrates our amazing sport. All the pieces feature the universally recognized “diver down” flag design, with simulated coral chip inlays.She offers a truly unique bracelet/anklet that has interlocked “O-Rings” making the band a unique piece sure to catch the eye.

All the pieces feature eco-friendly materials, inlaid in cut channels (not painted on) and sealed to the Rhodium-plated jewelry with a durable enamel finish. This creates a piece of jewelry that will not tarnish or discolor.

Evonne is happy to provide her affordable art to divers through her website and also through dive shops and dealers worldwide. For more information on purchasing or becoming a dealer, check out the Dive Flag Jewelry website at diveflagjewelry.com.

John Griffith
John Griffithhttps://www.deeperblue.com/
John Griffith is an avid SCUBA and Freediver based in Southeast Florida, with over 34 years of experience in the recreational, military and commercial dive fields. Retired from military service, John completed Bachelor Degrees in both Business Administration and Journalism, a M.Ed and PhD in Education. John is a driven conservationist and social activist...with a great passion for sharks, cigars, rum and writing. John is an Associate Editor with DeeperBlue.com.


Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.