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An eccentric pendant for the folkore lover featuring a miniature corked glass bottle with a label reading, "Microscopic Mermaid Aquarium - Do not tap the glass" and a tiny magnifying glass charm.


It was Professor J Crawford who, when exploring in a bathysphere near Bemuda in the early 1930s, insisted that he had captured a colony of microscopic mermaids in a glass bottle. "So tiny," he implored the nurses at the hospital he later took residency at, "that no device or instrument made by man could ever hope to see them!" And, who knows, he might be right... it is very difficult to entirely disprove that there *aren't* any mermaids in there.


Jar is 23 x 13mm, bronze-toned chain approx. 26inch (67cm) , with an easy to use lobster claw catch. Securely corked inside is a special glow in the dark mixture. Also attached is a decorative magnifying glass hand made from glass and polymer clay. Your pendant will come well protected and in a lovely paper box, although it might not be the one in the photo.

Note: while the ink on the label is unlikely to run, I'd advise not getting the pendant too wet, as this may cause the label to peel off.
Label design is ©TeenyAlchemy 2013.

Magnifying Glass Mermaid Mythology Polymer Clay Pendant


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: cork, chain, paper, ink, glass, bottle, zinc alloy, photoshop
  • Ships worldwide from United Kingdom
  • Feedback: 25 reviews
  • Favorited by: 24 people