Spiritual Pollination Bronze Honey Bee Necklace
- Commissioned by Honeyopathy, a distinct design by artisan, Melissa Wood, foraging clay, metal and stone into magic, wearable art.
- It's Perfect For
- Giving Back
One-of-a-kind honey bee crystal necklace from The Bronze Bee, a woman-owned business and independent artisan. Every hand-made piece is timeless honoring the honey bee—symbolizing unity, strength, determination, elegance, hard-work and devotion.
This pieces is a beautiful faceted teardrop Labradorite with a silky golden rainbow flash. It hangs from a honey bee adorned with a Rainbow Moonstone and Honeyopathy hive comb detailed bail. The chain is 18" but can be extended to 20". The a design is formed in a thick & antiqued layer of pure copper.
The Labradorite crystal is known as “the stone of mysticism” and has its relationships to the Aurora Borealis, or Northern Lights. Labradorite stones are as mystical as its iridescent, changing colors suggest.
Its spiritual healing properties promote creativity, connection and higher consciousness and its bounty of shimmering colors illuminate their connection with all the elements. Labradorite heals negativity and helps us in our transformation as it stimulates the throat chakra.
The Rainbow Moonstone brings balance, harmony and hope and is known for its soothing energy and ability to restore balance. Wearing this stone is like harnessing the energy of a rainbow because of the hope, optimism and connection to humanity it brings.
- Supporting a woman artisan and diversity and inclusion
- Channeling nature's most potent bee spiritual energy source
- Connecting with nature's elements for spiritual growth and awareness
$10.50 PER NECKLACE WILL BE DONATED
TO 'SAVE THE BEES' WHEN YOU PURCHASE
We are committed to more sustainably designing and sourcing products through sustainable materials and practices.
Better for People
Supporting and creating inclusivity in the well-being of our staff and local community is part of our everyday work.
Better for the Planet
We’re striving to protect our environment and the survival of honeybees through our operations and business practices.