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This is my little tribute the genius of science fiction and the hero of steampunk culture Jules Verne. I designed this pendant so that the frame would have the feel of a porthole on a submarine, complete with worn metal and rivets. The chains dangling from it would mimic octopus tentacles. On the end of each hangs a tiny cog or swarovski crystal. The necklace measures 16 inches around with a four inch extender weighted by another larger swarovski crystal. All the chain on the piece is brass and the porthole frame is painted and aged to look like brass. Mr. Verne's picture is covered with a couple sheets of mica tile to act as a glass covering. These thin sheets of natural mineral mica when placed over objects gives an antiquing effect. In the mica sheets are little rivers of mineral inclusions so areas will appear shiny in places giving the effect of aged warped glass.

Thanks so much for taking a look :) Please stop by my shop for more of my pretties!!!

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Jules Verne Steampunk Pendant with brass Cogs and Crystals- a tribute to one of my favorite authors


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: brass, crystal, cog, mica
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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