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Amano Studio Jewelry

Gold Tiny Honey Bee Studs

Gold Tiny Honey Bee Studs

Regular price $24.00
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Tiny honey bee studs.   These mighty pollinators have come to represent the fragility of our ecosystem which has resulted in a new reverence (dare I say worship?) of the little bug.  Here in Sonoma California, beekeeping is a big deal.  We support the Sonoma County Beekeepers Association by donating little collections of bee jewelry to their annual fundraisers.

Made in heavy (7-10 microns) 24k gold over brass. 100% made in the USA.


Heavy (7-10 microns) 24k gold over brass

Care Instructions

Gold Plating

Our plating is a genuine fine 24k gold. The gold is applied to a base metal (brass in this case) in a very thin layer. Gold plated jewelry is an affordable option to solid gold. You can lengthen the life of the gold layer by removing your jewelry when swimming in pools and especially the ocean. Also while exercising. Salt and chemicals break down the gold layer. Do not use a polishing cloth with chemicals to clean plated jewelry as the gold will rub right off.

Sterling Silver

Silver will always oxidize over time. Silver cleaners are available in most grocery stores or pharmacies. 


Everyone loves the warm, earthy color of brass. Although brass will oxidize over time, you can always polish it up with a polishing cloth or brass cleaner.  You can also seal it with clear nail polish or a jewelry sealer and that will prevent it from tarnishing.




Free shipping on orders over $50. Just need a little something? We offer $5.00 flat rate shipping via USPS Priority Mail (2-3 day delivery) anywhere in the United States.


We want you to be happy with your purchase. If you are dissatisfied in any way, please email us at and we will resolve the problem.

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Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Love them


Cute bees

Perfect for smaller ears

Jean Martin
Gardener’s Delight

Dainty golden bee studs remind me of sunlight glinting off the body of bees as they work over native sages in my Texas garden.

What a beautiful picture you paint of your garden. So happy to be a part of it.