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Three hexagons hang with bee charm from fine trace chain. Reverse of bee charm is hollow.

Pendant measures 43mm x 22mm. Necklace measures 18 inches long including pendant.

Chain has secure lobster clasp and 1.5 inch extension should you wish to wear it that bit longer.

Choose from:
Silver plated hexagons on silver plated chain with antique silver plated bee.

Or gold plated hexagons on gold plated chain with gold plated bee.

Comes presented in Loubijoux drawstring gift pouch.

Frequently asked questions about loubijoux

Most of my collection is available for wholesale. If you're a shop that would like to stock my work get in touch!
To keep your jewellery looking its best always treat with care and try to avoid applying unnecessary force. Remove when washing and sleeping and avoid contact with liquids and body products such as perfume.

Brass, copper and plated items will naturally tarnish over time. For best results store pieces separately in zip-lock bags. Always store out of direct sunlight.
We generally regard anything pre 1980s as vintage. Vintage components are commonly used throughout our designs and may occasionally show signs of aging - light tarnishing, age spots or scuffing - though wherever possible we will always try to avoid this. On the most part vintage components are previously unused and are old factory stock.

Honey bee honeycomb necklace in gold or silver plated

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: gold plated, silver plated
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
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