XTRA Lids for Polarity Recycled Magnetic LOCKET Regular Size

XTRA Lids for Polarity Recycled Magnetic LOCKET Regular Size

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Handmade item

Happy New Year!

Three gorgeous new regular size lids for your POLARITY RECYCLED LOCKET allows you to wear a new necklace (or ring or bracelet) everyday!

Choose ANY 3 lids from my shop!

Let me know your choices in the comments to seller section of your order. I will email you to confirm - if there is something that I no longer have I will choose something similar.

Please buy with confidence- YOUR SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED!

Your purchase will be wrapped with care and mailed in a nanosecond.

Check out my other etsy shop
http://uncorked.etsy.com
I will gladly combine shipping fees between my two shops

My polarity jewelry designs are copyrighted February 2008, the images on the jewelry are copyrighted by the copyright holders and used here with permission.

There are many legends accounting for the discovery of magnets. One of the most common, is that of an elderly shepherd named Magnes, who was herding his sheep in an area of Northern Greece called Magnesia, about 4,000 years ago. Both the nails in his shoes and the metal tip of his staff became firmly stuck to the large, black rock on which he was standing. This type of rock was subsequently named magnetite, after either Magnesia or Magnes himself.
Happy New Year!

Three gorgeous new regular size lids for your POLARITY RECYCLED LOCKET allows you to wear a new necklace (or ring or bracelet) everyday!

Choose ANY 3 lids from my shop!

Let me know your choices in the comments to seller section of your order. I will email you to confirm - if there is something that I no longer have I will choose something similar.

Please buy with confidence- YOUR SATISFACTION IS GUARANTEED!

Your purchase will be wrapped with care and mailed in a nanosecond.

Check out my other etsy shop
http://uncorked.etsy.com
I will gladly combine shipping fees between my two shops

My polarity jewelry designs are copyrighted February 2008, the images on the jewelry are copyrighted by the copyright holders and used here with permission.

There are many legends accounting for the discovery of magnets. One of the most common, is that of an elderly shepherd named Magnes, who was herding his sheep in an area of Northern Greece called Magnesia, about 4,000 years ago. Both the nails in his shoes and the metal tip of his staff became firmly stuck to the large, black rock on which he was standing. This type of rock was subsequently named magnetite, after either Magnesia or Magnes himself.

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