Identical twin jewellery making duo Twinface has announced it will be selling a Manchester ‘worker-bee’ pendent to support victims of last month’s terrorist attack.
Manchester-raised Emma Taafe and Jennifer Taafe-Guite, 35, who have been making fashion jewellery for around five years, will donate the profits from the £20 pendent to the We Love Manchester emergency fund.
On their Twin Face website the pendent, inspired by the ‘worker-bee’ tattoo many supporters have been getting, is available for pre-order. The product description explains: “Twinface would like to help the victims from the Manchester terrorist attack by donating all profits made from this beautiful worker bee pendant.” The piece has been crafted in vermeil Matte gold on an 18″ chain.
Posting on Facebook, the jewellery brand said: “As we have grown up in Manchester Twinface jewellery could not ignore the plight of the poor victims who were caught up in an atrocity committed in our home town.
“We too want to stand together and show our solidarity for this great city of Manchester. However we realise that there are people that want to display this stance with something less permanent than a tattoo. Therefore we have created this beautiful worker bee pendant necklace so you can do just that! We will be donating all profits from these pieces to the victims of the Manchester terrorist attack.”