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Honey Collection

"Honey: A Sweet Symphony of Nature's Delight" In the enchanting world of Lear's "Owl and Pussycat, " where love sets sail on a pea-green boat

Background imageHoney Collection: Lear / Owl & Pussycat / C19

Lear / Owl & Pussycat / C19
The Owl & the Pussy-Cat went to sea, In a beautiful pea- green boat; They took some honey, & plenty of money, Wrapped up in a five-pound note

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey bees on a honeycomb

Honey bees on a honeycomb
Honey bees (Apis mellifera) on a honeycomb. The chambers in a honeycomb are created using wax secreted by the bees. The chambers are then filled with honey, using nectar obtained from flowers

Background imageHoney Collection: Thomas Hendra Stapletons Beehives at Gwinear, Cornwall. 1912-1913

Thomas Hendra Stapletons Beehives at Gwinear, Cornwall. 1912-1913
Beehives belonging to Thomas Hendra Stapleton of Gwinear, a professional bee keeper and producer of children, having 12 or 13

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey bees, (Apis mellifera) honeycomb and life cycle, expanded cross-section and insets

Honey bees, (Apis mellifera) honeycomb and life cycle, expanded cross-section and insets

Background imageHoney Collection: The Owl and The Pussycat

The Owl and The Pussycat
The Owl and the Pussy-cat went to sea In a beautiful pea green boat, They took some honey, and plenty of money, Wrapped up in a five pound note

Background imageHoney Collection: Bewick / Honey Badger

Bewick / Honey Badger
(mellivora capensis) aka RATEL This mustolid is so named, curiously enough, because like Pooh it is excessively fond of honey. It lives in South Africa

Background imageHoney Collection: Beekeeper, 1872. Artist: Kramskoi, Ivan Nikolayevich (1837-1887)

Beekeeper, 1872. Artist: Kramskoi, Ivan Nikolayevich (1837-1887)
Beekeeper, 1872. Found in the collection of the State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow

Background imageHoney Collection: A swarm of bees which settled at the foot of a pole on a bomb site in Victoria Street

A swarm of bees which settled at the foot of a pole on a bomb site in Victoria Street caused a large crowd to collect as PC Marshall, of Scotland Yard

Background imageHoney Collection: Heather Honey by David Wright

Heather Honey by David Wright showing a semi-naked woman covered by a diaphanous black negligee. Wright produced a series of over 160 illustrations or pin-ups for The Sketch during the 1940 s

Background imageHoney Collection: Beehive / Bee / Honey 1926

Beehive / Bee / Honey 1926
A beehive, and one bee

Background imageHoney Collection: Bee anatomy, artwork

Bee anatomy, artwork
Bee anatomy. Computer artwork showing the internal anatomy of a honeybee (Apis mellifera). Nerve fibres are blue. The wings are attached to the thorax

Background imageHoney Collection: BANANAS

BANANAS
Banana Monstera Deliciosa, aka Fruit Salad Plant, Cariman, Mexican Breadfruit, Locust & Wild Honey, Windowleaf, Monsterio, Swiss Cheese Plant etc

Background imageHoney Collection: Beekeeping, 19th century

Beekeeping, 19th century
Beekeeping, 19th-century artwork. Beekeeper extracting honey from honeycombs obtained from a beehive. Bees collect nectar from a wide range of flowering plants

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey Bee Hives In forest in winter

Honey Bee Hives In forest in winter
PPG-429 Honey Beehives In forest in winter Pascal Goetgheluck Please note that prints are for personal display purposes only and may not be reproduced in any way

Background imageHoney Collection: Beekeeping / Diderot

Beekeeping / Diderot
Various procedures of apiculture

Background imageHoney Collection: Bee Skep

Bee Skep
David Chubb making Bee-Skeps on his farm in the Cotswolds

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey locust or thorny locust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos

Honey locust or thorny locust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos, Gleditschia triacanthos, Fevier a trois epines. Handcoloured steel engraving by Oudet after a botanical illustration by Edouard Maubert

Background imageHoney Collection: Arrested by an undercover police officer

Arrested by an undercover police officer
An undercover female police officer springs her Honey Trap on an unsuspecting criminal, who goes from a jolly evening with a fetching lady to staring down the barrel of a revolver!

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey mushroom, Armillaria mellea, Agaricus melleus, edible

Honey mushroom, Armillaria mellea, Agaricus melleus, edible.. Chromolithograph by C. Krause from Fritz Leubas Edible and Poisonous Mushrooms, Neuchatel, Switzerland, 1890

Background imageHoney Collection: Englands oldest beekeeper, 85-year-old Mr C

Englands oldest beekeeper, 85-year-old Mr C. T. Overton of Crawley, Sussex who has been keeping bees since 1882 is exhibiting at the National Honey Show at the Horticultural Hall, Westminster

Background imageHoney Collection: Lambertia formosa, honey flower

Lambertia formosa, honey flower
Finished watercolour by John Frederick Miller from an original outline drawing by Sydney Parkinson made during Captain James Cooks first voyage across the Pacific, 1768-1771

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and grison

Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and grison or South American glutton, Galictis cuja.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Frederic Cuviers Dictionary of Natural Science: Mammals, Paris

Background imageHoney Collection: Cross section illustration of disassembled wooden beehive

Cross section illustration of disassembled wooden beehive

Background imageHoney Collection: Manuka / New Zealand Tea Tree - pink flowers are garden varieties from the original white flower

Manuka / New Zealand Tea Tree - pink flowers are garden varieties from the original white flower
DH-2418 Manuka / New Zealand Tea Tree - pink flowers are garden varieties from the original white flower. Leptospermum scoparium Honey from the flowers is the source of Manuka honey which has

Background imageHoney Collection: STANDING CORGI 1937

STANDING CORGI 1937
CHAMPION DINAH OF WILMORTON Owner: Honey Date: 1937

Background imageHoney Collection: Hinds Skin Cream

Hinds Skin Cream
Promotional card for Hinds Honey & Almond Cream, for the Hands, Face, Skin and Complexion, manufactured in Portland, Maine Date: 1907

Background imageHoney Collection: France-Environment-Bees

France-Environment-Bees
Bees on a honeycomb in the Oblats Park in Nantes. / AFP PHOTO / GEORGES GOBET

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and least

Honey badger, Mellivora capensis, and least weasel, Mustela nivalis.. Handcolored copperplate stipple engraving from Frederic Cuviers Dictionary of Natural Science: Mammals, Paris, France, 1816

Background imageHoney Collection: Harvesting honey, 15th century

Harvesting honey, 15th century
Harvesting honey. 15th-century artwork showing the collection and use of honey, as part of a section describing honeys medicinal and therapeutic properties

Background imageHoney Collection: Marseille soap, Marche aux Fleurs, Cours Saleya, Nice, Alpes Maritimes

Marseille soap, Marche aux Fleurs, Cours Saleya, Nice, Alpes Maritimes, Provence, Cote d Azur, French Riviera, France, Europe

Background imageHoney Collection: Offering The Panal To The Bullfighter, 1873. Creator: Mary Cassatt

Offering The Panal To The Bullfighter, 1873. Creator: Mary Cassatt
Offering The Panal To The Bullfighter, 1873. Depicts a young woman flirtatiously offering a glass of water to a bullfighter, who dips panal (honeycomb) into it to make a refreshing drink

Background imageHoney Collection: The Brook, 1829. Creator: Edward Calvert

The Brook, 1829. Creator: Edward Calvert
The Brook, 1829

Background imageHoney Collection: Production of honey, illumination from 'Tacuinum sanitatis'

Production of honey, illumination from "Tacuinum sanitatis"
AIS5390307 Production of honey, illumination from "Tacuinum sanitatis"; Bibliotheque Nationale, Paris, France; (add.info.: Production of honey)

Background imageHoney Collection: A bee-keeper collecting a swarm of bees

A bee-keeper collecting a swarm of bees
5310053 A bee-keeper collecting a swarm of bees; (add.info.: Engraving depicting a bee-keeper collecting a swarm of bees. Dated 19th century.); Universal History Archive/UIG

Background imageHoney Collection: Sweet clover, Melilotus officinalis, and honey clover, Melilotus albus Desr

Sweet clover, Melilotus officinalis, and honey clover, Melilotus albus Desr
5856079 Sweet clover, Melilotus officinalis, and honey clover, Melilotus albus Desr.; (add.info.: Sweet clover, Melilotus officinalis, and honey clover, Melilotus albus Desr)

Background imageHoney Collection: A female beekeeper at work

A female beekeeper at work
5307432 A female beekeeper at work.; (add.info.: Engraving depicting a female beekeeper at work. Top: Driving bees from one skep into another in order to clear the combs)

Background imageHoney Collection: Beekeepers

Beekeepers
5307415 Beekeepers.; (add.info.: Engraving depicting beekeepers knocking a swarm into a container. Hives with alighting boards in bee shelter on left. Dated 19th century)

Background imageHoney Collection: Sweet locust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos

Sweet locust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos
5855028 Sweet locust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos; (add.info.: Leaf, pod and seed of the sweet or honey locust tree, Gleditsia triacanthos)

Background imageHoney Collection: Beehive and bees in a garden. Frontispice by Freeman of Arthur Mangin's book 'The world of air'

Beehive and bees in a garden. Frontispice by Freeman of Arthur Mangin's book "The world of air"
PCT4276064 Beehive and bees in a garden. Frontispice by Freeman of Arthur Mangin's book "The world of air", Editions Mame 1880.; (add.info.: Beehive and bees in a garden)

Background imageHoney Collection: Metamorphosis of honey bees, honeycomb, queens, drones and chain of worker bees

Metamorphosis of honey bees, honeycomb, queens, drones and chain of worker bees
FLO4573792 Metamorphosis of honey bees, honeycomb, queens, drones and chain of worker bees. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from Friedrich Johann Bertuch's " Bilderbuch fur Kinder"

Background imageHoney Collection: France, Centre, Indre-et-Loire (37), Ballan-Mire (Ballan Mire)

France, Centre, Indre-et-Loire (37), Ballan-Mire (Ballan Mire): a crop of honey in the yard of a farm
LUX4757392 France, Centre, Indre-et-Loire (37), Ballan-Mire (Ballan Mire): a crop of honey in the yard of a farm, 1900 - photo Andre Mauxion 1865-1935; (add.info.: France, Centre)

Background imageHoney Collection: Honey flower of New South Wales, Australia. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from ' The

Honey flower of New South Wales, Australia. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from " The Naturalist's Pocket
FLO4640569 Honey flower of New South Wales, Australia. Handcoloured copperplate engraving from " The Naturalist's Pocket Magazine, " Harrison, London

Background imageHoney Collection: A beekeeper

A beekeeper
5307431 A beekeeper.; (add.info.: Engraving depicting a beekeeper. Top: a feeding bottle which would be filled with syrup to replenish stores after honey is extracted)

Background imageHoney Collection: W. J. Pettit's Temple Beehive

W. J. Pettit's Temple Beehive
5307420 W. J. Pettit's Temple Beehive.; (add.info.: Engraving depicting W.J. Pettit's Temple Beehive both closed (left) and open (right)

Background imageHoney Collection: The production of honey page from 'treaty on herbs' by Dioscorides, 15th century (miniature)

The production of honey page from "treaty on herbs" by Dioscorides, 15th century (miniature)
VEN5028049 The production of honey page from "treaty on herbs" by Dioscorides, 15th century (miniature); Biblioteca Estense, Modena, Emilia-Romagna

Background imageHoney Collection: France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: Bees and bees at a beekeeper, honey recovery phase, 1910

France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: Bees and bees at a beekeeper, honey recovery phase, 1910
LUX4801581 France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: Bees and bees at a beekeeper, honey recovery phase, 1910; (add.info.: France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: Bees and bees at a beekeeper

Background imageHoney Collection: France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: Bees and bees at a beekeeper

France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: Bees and bees at a beekeeper, demonstration of honey recovery in front of a
LUX4801538 France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69), Lyon: Bees and bees at a beekeeper, demonstration of honey recovery in front of a delegation, 1910; (add.info.: France, Rhone-Alpes, Rhone (69)

Background imageHoney Collection: A bee-keeper protecting a beehive from extreme temperatures

A bee-keeper protecting a beehive from extreme temperatures
5310056 A bee-keeper protecting a beehive from extreme temperatures; (add.info.: Engraving depicting a bee-keeper protecting a beehive from extreme temperatures by means of an awning)



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"Honey: A Sweet Symphony of Nature's Delight" In the enchanting world of Lear's "Owl and Pussycat, " where love sets sail on a pea-green boat, honey takes center stage as the ultimate symbol of sweetness. Just like the industrious honey bees buzzing around their intricate honeycomb, this golden elixir captivates our senses and nourishes our souls. As we delve into the fascinating life cycle of Apis mellifera, we discover a mesmerizing cross-section that reveals their tireless work ethic. The Bewick Honey Badger may be fierce, but it cannot resist the allure of nature's liquid gold – honey. David Wright's masterpiece captures the essence of heather honey, its rich flavor echoing through time. Remember when Edward Lear penned his whimsical tale? Well, even then, bees knew how to make an entrance. A swarm settled at Victoria Street's bomb site with grace and purpose—a reminder that amidst chaos, beauty can still thrive. In 1926, beekeeping reached new heights as hives buzzed with activity—bees tirelessly crafting their sweet treasure while teaching us about unity and collaboration. Bee anatomy becomes art in itself; intricate illustrations showcasing every delicate detail. From wings to stingers to pollen-laden legs—they are marvels worth admiring. And let us not forget Konafa—an Arabic delicacy made from shredded phyllo pastry drenched in luscious honey—a true testament to culinary perfection. But what about bananas? Ah yes. They too find solace in this nectarous delight—the perfect pairing for pancakes or a drizzle over warm toast—honey adds its magic touch to any dish it graces. So let us celebrate this natural wonder that has stood the test of time—honey—the epitome of sweetness entwined with history and culture. From ancient civilizations cherishing its healing properties to modern-day beekeepers nurturing their buzzing companions, honey remains a timeless treasure.