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This Steampunk crystal ball watch pendant is a Working clock in a 1" glass ball. The Steampunk crystal ball watch pendant features a watch mechanism can be seen from the back. The watch appears to float inside a one inch clear marble. Battery can be changed when needed. The Steampunk crystal ball watch pendant hangs from 28" antique bronze chain and Includes a 1.5" bronze octopus.

The Steampunk crystal ball watch pendant comes with a battery installed, ready to use. You can adjust the time by pulling the knob and turning it. This Steampunk crystal ball watch pendant is handcrafted especially for you.

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Your Steampunk crystal ball watch pendant leaves Aunt Matilda's Jewelry Box packaged in a small light blue organza drawstring bag and includes an antique silver heart shaped charm that reads made with love.In stock and available to ship today, your gift will arrive within days! A perfect gift for any occasion!

Crystal ball watch steampunk pendant with octopus Handmade Gift

$40.00

Only 1 available


Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: chain, handcrafted with love by Leslie, squid, crystal ball watch
  • Ships worldwide from United States
  • Feedback: 241 reviews
  • Favorited by: 380 people