Silver Gemstone Bee with London Blue Topaz
The London blue topaz Gemstone Bee Necklace is set with a rich, inky blue topaz gemstone and a sparkling white sapphire.
The gemstone bee necklaces are available in three different shapes, pear, round and oval and a large selection of gemstone colours.
To us at RWJ the bee represents freedom hard work and achievement and the Gemstone Bee was designed to be a wearable reminder that no challenge is insurmountable.
The Bee has delicately textured polished wings and hangs via its antennae from a delicate but strong trace chain.
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Size & Materials
The Silver Gemstone Bee is made from solid sterling silver.
The Pear Gemstone Bee Pendant is set with a pear London blue topaz measuring 7x5mm.
The gemstone bee has a wingspan of 25mm and its body is set with a 2mm white sapphire.
The Bee comes on an adjustable trace chain that can be worn at either 20 or 22 inches.
We hand make all our jewellery in our small Birmingham studio. We don't always have stock of all designs so please get in touch if you need a piece for a particular date.
Your jewellery will be presented in a beautiful warm cream box with delicate tissue wrapping. Your order will be parcelled in a white outer box with no branding so not to give away any surprises!
Once your purchase has been dispatched we'll send you a tracking number so you can keep an eye on its journey to you.
All of our jewellery is made by Rachel in her workshop in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter in the United Kingdom.
I take a lot of my inspiration from the British summer time so it's important that my jewellery be made here.
I'm so lucky to be surrounded by so many talented casting companies, stone setters, hand engravers and gold platers in Birmingham and I think it's vital that we support them and keep their disciplines alive and available for generations of designers to come.
When you buy a piece of Rachel Whitehead Jewellery you're helping keep the Birmingham Jewellery Quarter the vibrant and vital centre of manufacture that it has been and should remain for years to come.