Outlander Go Tell the Bees that I am Gone Necklace
“And if your life is a suitable exchange for my honor, why is my honor not a suitable exchange for your life?”
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 Heather flowers native to Scotland. I am excited and nervous as to what lies ahead for the Frasers.
Heather Flowers were also mentioned in Dragonfly in Amber, Brianna and Roger visit Cullodon, the site the Jacobite Highlanders' last stand, and see the heather left at the clan stones. He tells her it's more common to be placed on the mounds when it's blooming in the summer: "then you'll see heaps like that in front of ever clan stone. Purple, and here and there a branch of the white heather - the white is for luck and for kinship; it was Charlie's emblem, that and the white rose" (ch. 4) ( credit The Symbolism and Sources of Outlander by Valerie Estelle Frankel).
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 pure-spirit.com)
Materials: Dried Heather Flowers, Glass Bottle with Cork, Pewter Bee, Waxed Cotton
Size: Pendant Length 1 1/2"