Manchester bee wooden keychain. The humble worker bee has been the symbol of Manchester since the Industrial Revolution, and was included in the city's coat of arms in 1842. Named after the "hives of activity" that was taking place at the numerous textile mills, the nickname has been proudly embraced by Mancunians since then.
This keychain is made of 1/4" (6mm) thick birch ply, which has been laser cut for precise detailing. It has been coated with a very light pecan stain to give a hint of color and enhance the wood grain. It measures 2" in width by 1 1/2" in height.
NOTE: For an additional $3.75, you can have a name, date or short message engraved on the back of this. Just choose the Engraving option and at checkout, give the details you want engraved in the Personalization field.
Please read the measurements above to see size restrictions. We do not have a character limit; whatever will fit within the keychain's dimensions, we will engrave. We will adjust the size of the font accordingly, unless the text will be too small to read. We will let you know if that is the case. ***Please make sure any dates or spelling are correct - we will engrave exactly as you type, and are not responsible for any spelling mistakes or erroneous dates. Please type carefully! Also, if you use quotation marks around your text, please specify if you want the quotes engraved with the text, or just the text. WE WILL ENGRAVE EXACTLY AS YOU TYPE.