Honey Bee & Citrine Necklace, Gold
Honey Bee & Citrine Necklace, Gold
Honey Bee & Citrine Necklace, Gold
Honey Bee & Citrine Necklace, Gold
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Honey Bee & Citrine Necklace, Gold

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Honouring the humble Honey Bee, our Necklace features a sweet citrine briolette, representing the hard work that goes into every drop of honey these amazing creatures produce! Alex Monroe Jewellery is inspired by nature and handcrafted in our London Workshop.

Like a Feather dipped in gold. The lightness and delicacy of this iconic necklace has established this treasure an Alex Monroe signature!


Width
2.0 cm
Height
1.2 cm
Product Code
DBN5-GP
Chain Length
40.5 cm - 45.5 cm (16" - 18")
Material
Sterling Silver with 22ct Gold Plate
Stone
Citrine
Collection
The Beehive




The Beehive

A world of curious bees awaits, from honeybees to stripy fuzzy favourites and our extra special 18ct Gold Beekeeper Collection. Discover Alex’s most famous collection and delight in our hive of bee-autiful treasures!

Black and white line illustration of a bumblebee

“The bee represents a whole array of thoughts and emotions for me; Feminine strength, beauty, vulnerability, the Renaissance idea of the inevitable pain of love, community. There is a nostalgic Britishness to the bee, Beatrix Potter and the cottage country garden. And then of course there is the environmental role of bees, pollinating the world’s food while under constant threat from pollution.

There is so much symbolism in my bee… I can see most of what I was after, and I hope people who buy or wear one might see just a little bit of my inspiration in their bee, and of course, they will have their own ideas about what their bee means to them too.”