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Broken Magnifying Glass by NeverlandJewelry Broken Magnifying Glass by NeverlandJewelry
:icondonotuseplz::iconmyartplz:

well... Not sure how I feel about this one...
Let me know what you think =D

All made of polymer clay the Glass in it is meant to look foggy but is still transparent...


1- Broken Magnifying Glass, Pendant, Charm
1- Brass Chain

✒ Broken Magnifying Glass SIZE:
2 in
5.1 cm
✒ Chain SIZE:
18 in
47.5 cm
(Need a LONGER chain? Just let me know!)

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Each charm is hand sculpted out of polymer clay (NO MOLDS USED!!) individually and will be Unique to you! All charms and pendant are glazed for durability and scratch resistance.

♥ Everything is hand made individually and will be Unique to you! Please expect differences from photo.

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NeverlandJewelry Mar 30, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you!
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NeverlandJewelry Jan 29, 2012  Professional Artisan Crafter
Thank you! =D
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:iconstarrasberry89:
This is so cool, a very original idea and you did it so well too :)
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NeverlandJewelry Oct 31, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
aww...Thanks so much! =D
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:iconwieczorkowa:
WOW I'm impressed.
you're doing really brilliant stuff!
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NeverlandJewelry Oct 28, 2011  Professional Artisan Crafter
awww... thanks so much! =D
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:icondpbjewelry:
As much as I hate to agree with the crowd, the cracking effect needs work, but the idea is brilliant. Perhaps you could do the transparent part first, crack it, then build the rest around it. I like the idea too much to discard it because of one not so perfect piece.
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