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Telescope Necklace
$32.99 $19.99
Telescope Necklace
"We love steampunk! From the gears, goggles, top hats, everything about steampunk fashion is fun. Now there's a new thing for us to wear during cosplay: a telescope necklace! This vintage brass telescope harkens back to that romantic era of swashbuckling. As an added bonus, it's fully functional and collapsible. It comes with a 24"" antique brass necklace with a clasp closure. It'll make a great addition to any shiny costume, or on its own. And if you happen to see a dashing young swashbuckler on the other side of the party or con, use it to get a close-up before sauntering over. Nothing like saying ""I saw you from across the room"" and showing off the telescope necklace to entice someone to roguish adventure! Product Specifications Vintage collapsing brass telescope—it works! Perfect for steampunk cosplay Telescope is about 1.5"" in length when closed, and 3.25"" in length when open Hangs from 24"" antique brass necklace with clasp closure For our customers with nickel allergies: this pendant and chain are made from raw brass, and are both nickel free."
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Steampunk Crystal Orb Watch Pendant
$24.99
Steampunk Crystal Orb Watch Pendant
Wandering the hallways of our favorite conventions, we're constantly amazed by the steampunk costumes. Some folks construct their own, spending hours and hours cutting leather, sewing fabric, and gluing on gears. Others take the collector's approach and pick up their costume one perfect piece at a time: a skirt from this shop, boots from another, a tiny top hat from yet another. Either way, we have an enormous amount of respect for the love that goes into a steampunk outfit...
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The Hunger Games Mockingjay Pin
$11.99
The Hunger Games Mockingjay Pin
She holds out the circular gold pin that was on her dress earlier. I hadn't paid much attention to it before, but now I see it's a small bird in flight. It's really complicated to turn a book that's told entirely inside the protagonist's head to a movie that'll hold the attention of teenagers. And we have great admiration for the choices that The Hunger Games team made when adapting it for the big screen. For instance, cutting the sponsor gift of the sleep syrup. You can't show someone recognizing a smell on screen, or, at least, not in a way that would be much fun for the audience. But we miss Madge and her pin. Even in the books, we always wanted to hear more about her and and her dad, Mayor Undersee, with the special television set. We like to think they were the good guys. Product Details Metal with pinch-style butterfly clutch pin back (like a tie tack or Disney trading pin) Brushed brass color Nearly 1.5" in diameter Ages 14 and up
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