Momshies! Ang cute ng earrings at necklace na to! Be unique with our limited-edition bumble bee earrings & necklace set.
Made with genuine 925 Sterling Silver and 19k Gold Plated Accents. 100% Hypoallergenic, meaning, it won't cause any allergic reactions to your skin. Pwedeng pwede po ito sa mga bata.
These beautiful set are a delightful addition for anyone who loves bees. Wear it to express your care and support of bees, or buy it for a bee-lover friend as a thoughtful and meaningful gift.
A portion of the proceeds generated from the sale of these earrings will be donated to our local Save the Bees charity.
Our Bumblebee Earrings & Necklace set are handmade and just like every bee in the hive, no 2 are exactly alike, adding to the charm and quality of these elegant set.
Why bees are important?
While to many they are simply the fuzzy flying insects we see darting among the flowers during the warmer months, bees are actually so much more than this, and have an important part to play in maintaining our planet.
Where trees and woods are essential to filter our air, bees are vital to both pollinate the food we need to survive and pollinate many of the trees and flowers that provide habitats for wildlife.
Bees are our predominant pollinators, pollinating a third of the food we eat and 80% of flowering plants.
Pollination is crucial because many of our vegetables, fruits and the crops that feed our livestock rely on it to be fertilized, so without it, we could go hungry.
Vegetables such as broccoli, asparagus and cucumber rely on the pollination of bees, as do apricots, strawberries, apples, tomatoes and almonds.
The importance of honey
As well as being pollinators, honey bees, Apis mellifera, also produce honey.
This sickly sweet golden liquid is a valuable product not only for its saccharine taste, but also due to its medicinal properties and the fact it is so energy dense.
Why bees are disappearing?
Bees are in decline on a global scale as they face many threats, from habitat loss to the use of toxic pesticides.
Many of the threats to bees share parallels with the threats to trees and woodland, so saving bees goes hand-in-hand with saving trees.
If these threats aren’t brought under control, we could be looking at a future without bees.