Cute little stud earrings featuring two stripy bees, each with their unique character. About the earrings:
These 3D bees are created by hand entirely from recycled 925 sterling silver. No mould or cast is used, each one is created from scratch so no two are ever identical. Each bee measures approximately 14 x 8 mm with an ear pin of 9.5mm. They are supplied with butterfly push backs. Materials:
925 Sterling silverBee symbolism and meaning:
There are over 16,000 known species of bee, pollinating flowering plants on every continent except Antarctica. With the bee being so widespread it has come to symbolise may things to many cultures but is most commonly used to represent qualities held by the bees themselves - hard work, dedication, loyalty and community.Matching Items:
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Your jewellery will be packaged in a smart black card gift box with an anti-tarnish tab and a soft polishing cloth. Exceptions to this are statement butterfly earrings and hair clips which are presented on backing cards.
All jewellery and accessories are supplied with an information card about the subject matter, jewellery care information and are beautifully gift wrapped in soft tissue paper and raffia ribbons. You may include a personal gift note, please add your desired wording in the box at the checkout.
Royal Mail 48hr Tracked: £3.50
Royal Mail 24hr Tracked: £3.00
International Tracked and Signed: £10.95
DISPATCH AND DELIVERY TIMES
Orders will be dispatched within 1-3 business days. Please allow an additional 1-2 business days for rings and personalised items. This is due to the fact that with such a wide range of options not all may be kept in stock and may need to be made to order.
You will receive an email on dispatch of your item with a tracking number to keep up to date with the progress of your delivery.
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