One of a Kind Lionfish Jewelry and Items

Lionfish Predators

By Sara Newton

Lionfish Predators makes pens, keychains and necklaces from lionfish fins the remove primarily in Pensacola and Destin Florida.

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Lionfish Predators lionfish jewelry and items

Lionfish Huntress

By Christine Raininger

Christine is a sustainable and nature-based reef fish conservationist; creating sustainable wearables and sharing the story of marine invasion behind them.

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Lionfish Huntress lionfish jewelry

Lionfish Caribbean

By Lisette Keus

Lionfish Caribbean is a sustainable and environmental-aware organization. They catch Lionfish, serve the fish and make amazing natural colored jewelry of the fins.

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Lionfish Caribbean lionfish jewelry


By Susan Heiter

Susan creates necklaces, bracelets, earrings, cufflinks, tie clips, tie tacks, money clips, belt buckles, key chains, hair clips, magnets, pins/brooches, rings, Christmas ornaments, wine bottle stoppers, wine glass charms, and bookmarkers from the tail fin of the lionfish.

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Lionfintastic lionfish jewelry

Articles About Using Lionfish

What to do with an invasive fish? Make leather
Venomous lionfish are taking over the Caribbean and the Mediterranean Sea, eating everything in their paths. One solution: handbags and belts.
It seems like an ordinary leather wallet, neatly stitched, with a slight sheen. “It looks like leather, smells like leather,” says Aarav Chavda, CEO and co-founder of Inversa Leathers. Twist or fold it, and you might notice it’s “wickedly” strong, thanks to a unique fiber structure. Look closer, and you might see the delicate lattice of ridgelines that once held scales in place. But it’s not made from lizard skin. And it’s certainly not cow hide. It’s lionfish.

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