the is the original silver coin, 5th century b.c.e., from greece.



1960’s richard o’barry with flipper dolphins


richard o’barry and team at the academy awards with their oscar trophies.


the movie poster of the film “the cove” which made it into the guinness book of world records, as one of the most awarded documentaries of all time.


an image of richard o’barry working during the making of “the cove”


richard o’barry filming the cruel massacre in taiji, japan, where dolphins are routinely corraled, either to be sold alive to aquariums and marine parks, or slaughtered for meat.  he is wearing a dolphin coin ring custom-made for him by manon.


richard o’barry rehabilitating a dolphin to be released back to freedom.


richard and lincoln o’barry about to release dolphins back into the wild.



the dolphin project

in collaboration with her friends', richard and lincoln o'barry, and the dolphin organization, manon has revamped an ancient greek coin into a unique pendant, proceeds of which are donated to "the dolphin project"

richard o’barry is known for capturing and training dolphins for the tv series flipper. when one of the flipper dolphins died, o’barry made a radical transition to assertively combating the captivity industry. shortly after, he founded the “dolphin project” in 1970, a non-profit organization under the international marine mammal project at earth island institute, to stop dolphin slaughter and exploitation around the globe.

in 2009, his work was chronicled in the academy award winning documentary “the cove” and richard o'barry continues to work for the dolphin organization with much success.

we fully support this important cause and wish richard and team continued success. may the force be with you.