100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace – Fantastic Animals (an Emperius Goods Ltd Brand)
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace
100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace

100% 925 Sterling Silver Square Honeycomb Busy Bee Pendant Necklace


 This is an unusual pendant that looks really effective when worn! If you need a truly unique gift then this is the perfect solution!

The fabulous little bee threads through the square honeycomb and sits prettily on the chest. The red cubic zirconia stone gives that extra sparkle to this unique pendant.

  • 925 Sterling Silver with cubic zirconia stone
  • Pendant measures 1.1cm x 1.1 cm
  • Water Wave Chain is 50 cm long
  • Weight 2.6 g
  • Free UK Shipping 
  • Please allow 2-3 weeks for shipping and delivery as we are restocking thank you!
  • Bulk Discounts available for Bridesmaids Gifts

Care of your Necklace

  • 925 Sterling silver is the standard for beautiful high-quality silver jewellery.
  • It consists of 92.5% pure silver, mixed with an alloy to add strength and durability. With proper care, your fine quality silver will last a lifetime.
  • To minimise scratches and other damage, store your silver jewellery either in a cloth pouch or in a separate compartment in your jewellery box.
  • Avoid exposing your silver to household chemicals when cleaning with bleach or ammonia, or when swimming in chlorinated water, as these chemicals can damage silver.

Did you know?

Bees gather pollen to stock their nests as food for their young. They have special features to collect it - like branched hairs called 'scopae' or combs of bristles called pollen baskets on their legs. As bees visit plants seeking food, pollen catches on their bodies and passes between plants, fertilising them – that's pollination!


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