The Bee-utiful Earrings

18ct yellow gold, flourite and pink quartz bee earrings with interchangeable pendant fittings


Across the centuries bees have been immortalised in jewellery by numerous cultures and artisans. The tradition first started in ancient Crete with the Minoan civilizations, moving through time to the Renaissance era until the modern day. The bee today remains one of the most popular animal forms in jewellery, and is said to symbolize or represent diligence, sociability and hard work.

The one-of-a-kind Bee-utiful Earrings are hand-crafted in 18ct yellow gold and set with flourite cabochon tops and hand-carved rose quartz flowers. Crawling out of one of the quartz flowers is a little golden honey bee, in search of sweet nectar. These unique, statement earrings are unusual in that interchangeable fittings allow either earring to be converted into a pendant with drop, meaning this design can be worn one of two ways – as earrings or as a pendant. An 18” gold chain is supplied with this purchase.

Embodying the quintessential British country garden in summer, the Bee-utiful Earrings are the ultimate statement gift for any nature, countryside (or bee) lover.

The Bee-utiful Earrings have featured in such publications as The Telegraph, Luxury Briefing, Retail Jeweller MagazineProfessional Jeweller and Global Blue online.

  • 18ct yellow gold
  • Rose quartz
  • Fluorite
  • Interchangeable earring and pendant fixtures
  • Hallmarked
  • One-of-a-kind

Flower as pendant with detachable loop
Length: 65mm
Width: 30mm
Depth: 12mm

Flowers as earrings with detachable stud tops
Length: 65mm
Width: 30mm
Depth: 12mm
Fluorite gemstone tops: 8mm