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Not only do Bumblebees pollinate wildflowers they are a very important pollinator of trees.


This handmade bumblebee brooch pin sits amongst a fresh wild Cherry leaf sprig. Bumblebees are valuable pollinators of Cherry trees, whilst the Cherry trees provide an early source of pollen and nectar. This Bumblebee can be removed from its ‘habitat’ and worn or can simply be viewed within its ‘habitat’ as a way to reconnect with nature.   


With sustainable design in mind, the bumblebee pin is hand formed (not cast), to reduce the amount of unnecessary metal, whilst keeping carbon emissions at a minimum. Each strip of gold is individually cut and fused to the silver through an ancient Korean technique known as ‘Keum-boo’. The Cherry leaf sprig has been constructed with sterling silver and vibrant vitreous enamel.   


The dome base has been hand lathed from reclaimed Sapele wood.



Material: Recycled Sterling Silver, Recycled 24K Gold and Vitreous Enamel


Bumblebee - H: 20mm x W: 28mm x D: 7mm

Dome - H: 90mm x W: 52mm


Hallmarked at London Assay Office.

Bumblebee Habitat

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  • Silver and gold pieces can be washed gently in warm soapy water, do not scrub the piece as it will affect the matt finish.

    Dry the piece thoroughly with a soft cloth

    Enamelled pieces can be washed with warm soapy water if they become discoloured.

    Vitreous enamel is glass and although it is hardwearing, care should be taken not to apply force or scratch the surface.

    Store unworn items in a clean, dry and airtight place if possible.

    For more care instructions visit the ‘about silver care’ page

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