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Outlander Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone Earrings

Outlander Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone Earrings

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“And if your life is a suitable exchange for my honor, why is my honor not a suitable exchange for your life?”
― Diana Gabaldon, Outlander

Where will the next series bring us? These pieces are inspired by the new book Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone. As well as Amethyst that is represented throughout the story. I am excited and nervous as to what lies ahead for the Frasers.

Bee Meaning: The bee symbolizes community, brightness and personal power. Follow the bee to discover your new destination. History. The ancient Druids saw the bee as symbolising the sun, the Goddess, celebration, and community. At festivals, mead was usually drunk - the main ingredient of which is fermented honey. (credit

The amethyst is referred to in Scottish Prisoner, Chapter 38: Redux, we learn that Jamie keeps a raw amethyst to remind him of Claire. Amethyst is thought to have supernatural powers and bring luck. Its color and beauty are without rival, even from other much more expensive purple gems. The color purple denotes royalty, and the rich and powerful have worn it as a mark of rank for hundreds of years. Jamie chose a most suitable stone to represent Claire. (credit

In medieval times, the amethyst soothed those who were stressed and alerted wearers to traces of poison. Its medicinal ability evokes an image of Claire the physician.

Materials: Amethyst, Sterling Silver Ear Wires, Tinned Copper Wire, Stainless Steel Findings, Pewter Charms
Size: Dangle Length 1 1/2", Charm Width 1/2"

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