Birds and the Bees Series - Beth Millner Jewelry

Birds and the Bees Series

March 30, 2018

Birds and the Bees series by Beth Millner Jewelry

Don't worry. We're not here to have that awkward talk about "the birds and the bees."

Instead, we would like to announce the release of an incredibly special series! These pieces feature some of Beth's favorite birds as well as honeycomb and honey bee motifs. We have a feeling our winged and feathered friends will become fast favorites.

You can find a range of styles that fit your favorite aesthetic. Like big and bold? We have some pendants and rings right up your alley. Or do you like more subtle, minimalist-style pieces? This series includes some petite earrings that you'll want to snatch up right away.

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