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Our citrine and silver bee pendant is carved from fossilized ivory and set with a mixed metal treatment that encapsulates the intrepid bee's minuscule beauty.
The body of the bee is hand carved from fossilized walrus ivory, which is 500-3,000 years old. It comes from St. Lawrence Island, Alaska, where the native Yupik have exclusive rights to gather and sell this ancient material. Fossilized walrus ivory takes on a range of tones from cream to deep cocoa, depending on the minerals surrounding it in the soil.
Please allow 10 days to 2 weeks for delivery.
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