wild bees

Collection by Dobrina Zheleva-Martins • Last updated 12 weeks ago

Dobrina Zheleva-Martins
French Bee Sign, featuring the Napoleon Bee Escher Mackerel Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Buzz Bee, Country Wall Art, I Love Bees, Bee Skep, Bee Jewelry, Bee Art, Bee Crafts

French Bee Sign, featuring the Napoleon Bee

Description The French Bee is a symbol of Napoleonic France. This charming French plaque is a perfect accent for any French inspired decor. Created from an original sculpture by Al Pisano, each plaque is painted and stained to a lustrous finish. The French Bee plaque measures 12 inches wide and 10 inches high and about 1 inch deep. There is a recessed hanger in the back for easy hanging. Made in America.

Honey Bee Ring, Bee Jewelry, Vintage Wax Seal Stamped Jewelry, in Fine Silver, Custom Sizes 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Eco Friendly Gift. Vintage Bee, Vintage Rings, Vintage Jewelry, Etsy Vintage, Vintage Style, Honey Bee Jewelry, Silk Wrap Bracelets, Bee Ring, Wax Seal Stamp

Honey Bee Jewelry Bee Ring Silver Bee Ring Bumble Bee | Etsy

For Melissa! Bee Jewelry Fall Jewelry Fall Ring Silver Bee Ring by HappyGoLicky, $58.00

 The greek letters Ε ϕ (phi) with the Bee on this silver coin indicates the ancient greek city of Ephesus (Turkey) - the obverse would show its other emblem -the stag. The honey bee and the stag are symbols of the Goddess Artemis. Rome Antique, Art Antique, Ancient Greek City, Ancient Greece, I Love Bees, Art Ancien, Bee Art, Old Coins, Ancient Jewelry

4 C. M.Ö. Bu gümüş sikke üzerinde arı ile Yunan harfleri Ε ϕ (Fi) Efes Antik Yunan şehir (Türkiye) gösterir - yüz onun diğer amblemi show-geyik. Bal arısı ve geyik Tanrıça Artemis sembolleridir. Rahibeler Artemis Yunanca "dünyaya" anlamına - çoğu için "Bal arısı." Bu nedenle, Ephesus Artemis şehir oldu. Artemis Tapınağı başlangıçta ana tanrıça Kibele ca. için m.ö. 2000 yılına kadar inşa edilmiştir

about Ancient Ionia Ephesos AR Tetradrachm Bee / Stag Right - Asia Minor From Ephesus 39 BC!From Ephesus 39 BC! Antique Coins, Old Coins, Rare Coins, Buzzy Bee, I Love Bees, Bee Skep, Bee Art, Save The Bees, Ancient Jewelry

The Shaman, the Honeybee and Legend.

Ionia, Ephesos 390-330 BC AR Tetradrachm. Bee

Tetradracma - argento - Efeso, Ionia, (Turchia) a.) - Ε-Φ ape, sacra alla dea Artemide - The Paul Getty Museum Culture: East Greek (Ephesian) Place: Ephesus, Ionia (Place created) Date: about 390 - 300 B. Old Coins, Rare Coins, Antique Coins, Potnia Theron, I Love Bees, Getty Museum, Bee Art, Ancient History, European History

Atelier Entomologica

Bee, silver coin, Greek, Ephesus, Turkey, about 390 - 300 B.C.

i can see this as well as other's on tiles. butterflies, grasshoppers, ladybugs, caterpillars, etc. Buzzy Bee, I Love Bees, Bee Art, Save The Bees, Bee Happy, Bees Knees, Reno, Queen Bees, Mellow Yellow

Honeybee Tile

Our honey bee is all the buzz, right at home on a honeycomb background. 3” x 3” Handcrafted in Detroit Individually hand-pressed in our own stoneware and glazed by Pewabic artisans Pewabic logo stamped on back Slight variations in glaze and firing results ensure each handcrafted Pewabic piece is one of a kind Available in Honey Gloss or Mustard

When the bee stings. (The Mallia Bee Pendant was recovered from a looted Minoan tomb on the Mediterranean island of Crete. Made of gold, the bee iconography of this piece is a testament to the importance of bees to society in the Late Bronze Age. Bee Jewelry, Insect Jewelry, Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Potnia Theron, Collier Antique, Minoan Art, Rome Antique, Bee Art

Bee history

Since at least the times when humans scratched on rocks to create images, the bee and the beehive have played central roles in human spiritual interest and worship. Bees and honey are present in the creation myths, cosmologies and sacred places of many diverse ancient cultures. African, Australian,

Gold Disc with Bees, BCE. Collection of Nasher Museum of Art at Duke University [no other information]. Note: Possibly Minoan(? Ancient Jewelry, Antique Jewelry, Viking Jewelry, Bijoux Art Nouveau, Art Ancien, Bee Art, Gold Work, Bees Knees, Ancient Artifacts

Greek Gold Roundel with Bees, 7th Century BC

Greek Gold Roundel with Bees, 7th Century BCThe goldwork technique seen here is called granulation, in which the goldsmith uses minute spheres of gold to create texture and pattern. This method was...