Archipelago Single Sea Horse D197 Wood Carving Nautical Gift
Archipelago Single Sea Horse D197 Wood Carving Nautical Gift

Archipelago Single Sea Horse D197 Wood Carving Nautical Gift

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This Archipelago Seahorse Wood Carving features beautiful detail as is on a natural sustainable soft wooden base. Hand carved and painted by the talented fair Trade carvers and sculptors of Archipelago. This stunning Seahorse sculpture fits perfectly into any coastal inspired interior home and is often used as a windowsill feature.

24cm Height (approx)


British design and innovation is at the very core of Archipelago, renowned for their beautiful wildlife wood carvings.

Each piece is hand carved from sustainable wood, giving an authentic and highly individual character which is instantly recognisable. 

From the first sketches to the final product, the Archipelago UK design team work directly with fair trade skilled carvers and sculptors to carefully manage the entire creative process. 

Archipelago has grown to be a recognised design label for both interiors and gardens. Each piece carries fair trading, story label and teak tag and comes stamped with official Archipelago branding iron logo. This ensures the items authenticity.

These beautifully carved pieces would make wonderful gifts and grace any home.


( Hippocampus ramulosus)
The remarkable tiny seahorse migrates inshore in summer and it is believed they travel into deeper water in winter to avoid the worst effects of storms. In 2006 greatly increased numbers were reported off the SW coasts of England due to warm seas, and they have been found as far north as Shetland. Seahorses in captivity have been recorded living as long as 7 years. Coated in armour and spines seahorses swim upright using their large dorsal fin, and often hide in sea grass and seaweed, holding onto this by their tail. The most unusual of its many strange characteristics however is that the male does the parenting, carrying the eggs around inside its pouch until incubated, and keeping the young there until they are large enough to be released.