The Bee’s Knees!

Fortunoff_Medal_of_HonorSo glad the issue of bees has caused a flutter in the White House. My great friend, Anthony Garrett, saw a recent Washington Post article that mentioned Fortunoff Jewelry in relation to bees.

I’ve long believed in the importance of environmental issues and have served on the board of such vital organizations as The Nature Conservancy. So when a piece of Fortunoff jewelry was spotted being worn at a Presidential awards ceremony in the White House, needless to say I was all a flutter.

The article said that when receiving the National Medal of Science for her work in saving honeybees, Dr. May Berenbaum, was wearing one of our bee pins. The news created quite the buzz not only amongst our staff and friends, but with the President himself, who commented on the pin on his personal Facebook page.

Supporting environmental issues is important for a healthy planet, and in that regard, I’m a member of the hive. Wearing beautiful jewelry at prices that make sense… well that’s sweet as honey!

Ruby Bee Pin, 14 Karat Yellow Gold

Ruby Bee Pin, 14 Karat Yellow Gold – $695

Yellow Sapphire Bee Pin, 14K Yellow Gold

Yellow Sapphire Bee Pin, 14 Karat Yellow Gold – $650

Goldtone Bee Earrings, by Tai Design

Goldtone Bee Earrings, by Tai Design – $35

Blue Sapphire Bee Pin, 14K White Gold

Blue Sapphire Bee Pin, 14 Karat White Gold – $595

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