Best Bee Jewellery on the Internet

Best Bee Jewellery on the Internet

Who doesn’t love bees? (At least in cute jewellery form!) With the plight of the bee becoming more pressing by the day, wearing a piece of bee inspired jewellery is sure to help spread awareness. Here at HoneyTrend, we just had to round up the best bee jewellery that the internet has to offer, all from independent online shops or jewellers.

Bee & Vintage Rose Open Ring by Bill Skinner Studio

Part of their ‘Vintage Rose’ collection, this beautiful open ring features a romantic enamelled rose in dusty pink, while a tiny little bee flies alongside it. The details are exquisite.

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Bee & Honeycomb Charm Necklace by MelissaMorganDesigns

This golden bee charm dances delicately in a honeycomb. The contrast due to the oxidised black hexagon and the gold on this necklace is stunning, making it stand out as a modern, geometric take on a traditional bee necklace.

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Honeycomb Necklace With Bee by Tangerinejewelryshop

This gorgeous necklace, available in a range of silver or gold, could be worn either as an everyday pendant or as something special. The little charm climbing up the honeycomb is so cute, but in addition this necklace is classy and tasteful.

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Flying Bee Hoop Earring by Alex Monroe

I absolutely love these earrings – you can just imagine the little bees flying along as you move around wearing them! The addition of the pearls adds another element of playfulness to the hoops. Available in sterling silver or 22ct gold plate.

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Flying Bee Necklace by Alex Monroe

Although there are plenty of bee pendants out there, this one from Alex Monroe is unique in the way in which it is flying through the air. That really adds an additional element to the traditional style of pendant, while remaining classic and wearable – therefore making it a perfect gift for a loved one.

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Bumble Bee Brooch by TheMindfulCrafter

If a brooch or pin is what your looking for, then this colourful laser cut piece by TheMindfulCrafter on Etsy is what you need.  This would look at home pinned to a lapel or bag. It would make a great little gift for someone who loves bees!

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Did you know that honey is the only food with all substances to sustain life? Honeycomb lends itself perfectly to a geometric and contemporary look, so no wonder it’s popular in jewellery design! Below are a few pieces focusing just on honeycomb.

Honeycomb Ring by JamberJewels

If you’re more of a minimalist but still want that bee inspired ring, this one is for you. Simple and dainty, it’s extremely wearable and fits in with both the geometric and nature inspired bee jewellery trend.

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Electroplated Honeycomb Cuff Bracelet by Glavanart

This bracelet is not a casting, it is in fact made from honeycomb which has been covered in a layer of copper. So, when you look down at your wrist, you know that you’re actually wearing a piece of honey! This incredible bracelet is unisex therefore could be worn by both men and women.

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Electroplated Honeycomb Cufflinks by Glavanart

If you’re looking for a unique pair of cufflinks for a loved one or partner, then these would fit the bill perfectly (especially if he’s a bee lover!) Not only are they made of real honeycomb underneath the copper, but they also include small pieces of amber.

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Laser Cut Geometric Honeycomb Necklace by RosebudCasson

This necklace by RosebudCasson on Etsy has been cleverly crafted by layering lasercut wood and adding acrylic. It’s bold, and beautiful and bright, plus you can even get matching earrings!

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Posy Cluster Earrings with Bee by Alex Monroe

Hanging from a delicate cluster of posies, daisies and foliage, a little bee looks as if it is about to land. These stud earrings follow the curve of your ear beautifully, and the mixture of silver and gold plate is very tasteful. These earrings are something special!

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3D Bee Ring in Rose Gold by Olivia Burton

This adorable ring by Olivia Burton will make your friends jealous! It is cute and contemporary with a beautiful 18ct rose gold finish. It’s wings are out, so it looks as if the little bee is flying around your finger!

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9ct Gold Bumblebee Talisman Signet by Rebus

A classic signet in solid gold made by the craftsmen and women at Rebus. They’ve included the bee as one of their talismen because in Greek mythology, the bee was a symbol of the soul and was thought to provide a bridge from the natural world to the underworld. Each ring comes with a wax impression and instructions for you to create you own wax seals. How perfect is that?

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Buzz Honey Bee 18g Cuff Piercing

I just had to include this little cartilage ring piercing. If you can wear bee jewellery everywhere else then why not wear it on your other ear piercings too? In addition, the tiny scale makes this earring ridiculously sweet and simple.

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Bumblebee Wing Dangle Earrings by exuvi

For something different, check out exuvi on Etsy who hand screenprints her original illustrations onto semi-transparent polystyrene. The finished result are these delicate and ephemeral wings. Very beautiful and unique bee jewellery for those who want to stand out.

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Bee & Hexagon Open Ring by Bill Skinner Studio

I’m absolutely in love with this hexagonal ring in rose gold! It’s the type of piece that you could wear everyday and not get tired of as it’s just so visually pleasing. Choose between either gold or rose gold plate.

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Hexagon Bee Studs by Bill Skinner Studio

Much like the ring, I adore these hexagonal earrings with the little bee sitting on the edge. They are simple enough for everyday wear, yet stylish enough that you are bound to attract compliments whilst wearing them.

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I could add more to the list but for now, hopefully, the above beautiful jewellery pieces will satisfy all of your bee needs! Here at HoneyTrend we are certainly inspired by the industrious nature of these precious little creatures. Wear your bee jewellery with pride, and, consequently, let’s help save the bees!

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