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A plastic test tube filled with glass and brass beads inside wound spring like copper, sealed with strong all purpose glue. Finished with copper effect keyring and end cap.

"Members of the Club Scientifica are cagey about the purpose of the small glasslike vials they carry about their persons. Some have been seen with copper wire and glass components, giving rise to the suggestion that they are valued components in experimental electrica. That they are often attached to keys and thus mere keyrings is rumoured to be a red herring."


The Navigatrix never makes the same thing twice as found, upcycled and remnant materials are mostly used.

Shipping: UK - I will send it by Royal Mail First Class unless a Signed For or Special Delivery (next day, tracked) service is requested. Please contact me before purchasing, thanks.

Worldwide - I use Royal Mail Airmail. *Not tracked*. If you wish to use Airsure, a tracked service, please contact me before purchase. Delivery within 6 working days, tracked and insured.This service is only available to certain destinations (otherwise I will use Airmail).

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Sally-Ann Livingston

Steampunk Keyring - 'Scientifica 1' - glass and brass beads, wound copper wire

$11.13 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: brass, metal, All purpose glue, bead cap, copper effect findings, keyring, plastic tube, glass beads, metal beads, metal effect plastic beads, copper wire
  • Ships worldwide from Bourn, United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 42 reviews
  • Favorited by: 16 people