COVID-19 Update: We are currently open for business and our team has been developing policies, procedures and preventive measures to minimize risks.
Disinfection practices for surfaces in our showroom have been implemented as well as social distancing. We will continue to increase our inventory on our website and offer free shipping on orders over $100.
We want to thank you all for being valued customers. The health and well-being of our customers, our employees and our community is our top priority and we are closely monitoring the evolving situation.
This sweet silver bee necklace from our honeycomb jewelry collection pays homage to the creative and intrepid bee colonies that make our world a beautiful, habitable place.
The bees’ bodies are carved from fossilized ivory – specifically fossilized walrus ivory that is some 300 to over 5,000 years old. Our fossilized walrus ivory comes from St. Lawrence Island off the Alaskan coast where the native Inuit collect it for sale, trade, and for carving into art pieces of their own. Fossilized walrus ivory is considered one of the highest quality ancient ivories available for its rich coloring and durability. It tells an ancient story of centuries past, and is a mainstay in our bee jewelry collection.
Please allow 10 days to 2 weeks for delivery.
The shell featured in this paua necklace will vary from piece to piece - you can expect peacock, deep teal, and iridescent greens and blues...
This pendant will be a delight to a lover of flower gardens and the natural world. The delicate hummingbird's body is made of fossilized walrus...