Bee the change
10% donation of sales from Honeycomb Collection goes to Bee Friendly Trust. Honey bee populations are struggling and without them, it wouldn’t be possible to have many of our favourite foods on our plates.
The name sapphire is derived from the Persian word 'safir.' meaning 'beloved of Saturn.' Ancient Persians called sapphires the 'celestial stone.' Greeks who came to rule ancient Egypt after the conquest of Alexander the Great adopted the sapphire as the gem of Apollo, God of prophecy and justice.
Helen of Troy, famed for her lure and beauty, was said to have owned a large star sapphire to symbolise her attraction. King Solomon also apparently enticed the Queen of Sheba’s affections by claiming to harness the seductive power of the stone. The sapphire was said to represent PURITY and WISDOM.