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Perfect for fans of the periodic table - here is a keyring or bag charm featuring the silvery-white metal - Molybdenum!
This fun keyring is created from a section of 100% cotton that is printed with various chemical elements from the periodic table and here I've chosen Molybdenum - always my choice for a science round on the game show Pointless!
I created a 38mm diameter fabric covered flat backed button showing Molybdenum's Symbol surrounded by black and grey shapes, its atomic number as well its atomic weight 95.95. The button blank was then secured into a silver plated round setting with an integrated bail, that has a lovely dotty pattern to the reverse.
The button was finally attached to a silver plated bag charm split ring and large lobster clasp to attach to your bag, backpack or anywhere you want! The button and setting measures 4cm wide by 5cm long and the keyring measures 7cm in length.
This lovely unique keyring will come to you safe and carefully packaged in a UK Made eco-friendly recycled kraft card jewellery box - perfect for gifting to that Science geek (or as a treat for yourself!).
As it’s made of cotton, this is also ideal as a small token for a 2nd wedding anniversary gift!
Molybdenum was discovered in 1778, but it was first isolated by Peter Jacob Hjelm, in 1781. Its name is derived from the Greek ‘molybdos’ meaning lead. It is silvery white metal that is ductile and highly resistant to corrosion. It has one of the highest melting points of all pure elements.
If you prefer, I am happy to make either one of these buttons into a pendant ! If you choose the pendant, you'll receive the pendant on an 18 inch antique bronze plated chain, that is finished with a matching lobster clasp.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by Bowerbird Jewellery within 3 days of receiving payment.
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