Sterling silver "Oops a Daisy", Daisy pendant with gold plated centre & solid 9ct gold buzzy bee on a 18" chain.
Remember to "tell it to the bees" and all will be well!
The telling of the bees is a traditional European custom, in which bees would be told of important events such as births, marriages, or changes to the household. If the custom was forgotten, then it was believed that the bees might leave their hive, stop producing honey, or die.
Some say this practice was inspired by ancient beliefs about bees' ability to bridge the natural world with the afterlife.
So, don't take that chance and be sure to "tell it to the bees"!
Weight : 3.6g, Diameter of Daisy 10 mm
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