To Bee or Not to Bee Brooch

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Sweet as pollen and nectar this blue bee is a kid in a candy shop. With glittery wings featuring hand-painted details and a bright, bold body of yellow, black and blue this little buzzing buddy will stand out in any flowery field! So while real bees do their busy work, take this one with you and help your style bloom.

Features

  • Original design by Sally Land
  • Height 43mm x Width 71mm
  • Made from laser-cut and layered resin, hand assembled, and hand painted
  • Brooch clasps are made from plated brass
  • Designed in Melbourne and made in China

 

Care Instructions

Resin is akin to ceramic and glass and therefore may be damaged if dropped or knocked. Keep your brooch neatly tucked away in this box when not being worn, avoid contact with perfumes, lotions, water and excessive sunlight and you"ll have a trusted friend for years to come.

As designs are produced from original illustrations and are hand assembled, hand painted and hand finished, there may be minor differences from piece to piece, making each as unique as those who wear them.

Due to the hand-mixed nature of the resins, it is also common and normal to find tiny flecks or bubbles in the resin layers.

 

About Erstwilder

Erstwilder is a proudly Melbourne-based label. They design and produce collectible, limited run layered resin adornments, all fashioned to keep your outfits extraordinary and your days dandy.

Erstwilder source components across Asia and manufacture in China. Their teams visit the production facilities regularly each year to ensure that workers are operating in an environment which is fair and ethical, and that the small family owned and operated business responsible for our production shares these values. No employees are under the age of 18, salaries increase each year in line with living costs and all employees are entitled to join unions should they so choose. Additionally, an independent government organisation visits the facility to ensure all production processes are safe.

   

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