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Clover Bee Brooch

Update (August 28, 12:31 p.m.): All brooches have sold as of the second round of invoices. Thank you everyone! If you have questions about how the lotteries work or why this is how we sell brooches, we have an FAQ.

UK Customers: please make sure that you have read our new procedures for orders shipping to the United Kingdom.

Sales of the Clover Bee brooch will be made through this lottery. Winners will be drawn from the comments below to receive an invoice; please see the product details for this brooch here. The price is $146. Shipping costs are: $9.90 to the United States and US Territories; $12.15 to Canada, $18.65 to the United Kingdom and Singapore; $21.45 to Australia and New Zealand; and $14.75 to the rest of the world. Here is information about rate increases to Australia, New Zealand, and Singapore.

To enter, leave a comment below that includes your shipping country. Please use the email address to which I should send an invoice if your comment is drawn, and make sure to check your email following the closure of the lottery! You may wish to add hello@tangerinemenagerie.com to your contacts to ensure that our emails don't go to your spam folder. Your email address will not be posted publicly. There is a limit of one entry per household. Do not enter multiple times and do not enter others - or ask others to enter - on your behalf. Entries that do not conform to these rules are invalid.
Entries will close tomorrow, August 24th, at 6 p.m. Pacific Time. Any comments made after the closure will not be included in the drawing. I will keep this post updated as I draw winners and send invoices. Thank you and good luck!

662 comments

  • Australia, and I just love bees!

    Susan Emma Walters
  • Hello from Australia!! Good luck everyone.

    Kathryn
  • Apologies, I just noticed that I didn’t put my country in my original message.
    Have a Bee..utiful day 💛🌸🍯 SAVE our pollinators 💖🐝

    Australia Carla
  • Australia

    Lorri
  • My garden is all a buzz with the sweet hum of the Bees that visit. They bring my world to life as we all continue to grow and share the beauty that a garden can give

    Carla

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