Gold Mini Bee Necklace by Larissa Loden You have a lot in common with bees. They also communicate with each other by dancing and using pheromones. Bees can also recognize human faces, though we are stumped at how scientists figured that one out.
This detailed, vintage brass buzzer is 2 inches wide, attached to an 18-inch brass chain that fastens with a lobster claw clasp.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS To extend the life of your precious new purchase here's a few tips and tricks:
Our jewelry is made of brass, which will naturally darken/patina over time. We like both ways, but if you want to bring it back to it’s shiniest self you can polish it with a silver cloth or polishing pad. Don’t be puttin’ any chemicals on it.
To keep it from darkening, avoid things like wearing it while skinny dipping in the lake, rubbing it down with lotion or sweating all over it at the gym. If you do one or all of these things see above tip for how to deal.
In general, don’t throw it at the bottom of your purse or drop it on a hard floor. Treat it like it’s special and loved, and it will love you back for a long time to come.
ABOUT THE MAKER Larissa Loden has been designing and creating jewelry since 2005. Each piece sold supports a woman-mother-artist owned small business that employs a collective of amazing people. Our jewelry is handcrafted in Minneapolis by a team of artisans, mothers, students, and creative individuals. We’re a team that believes when we come together as a community, we can make the world shine a little brighter. That’s just one of the reasons that each year we donate 5% of our profits to Cookie Cart, a nonprofit teaching teens life, leadership, and small business skills through experience and training in an urban bakery.