Vintage Magnifying Pendant

December 9, 2017 - Comment

Cleverly designed as jewelry, no one would guess that this elegant crystal pendant also doubles as a convenient 5X magnifier. Easy to wear and easy to use, this attractive pendant can be discreetly used for various tasks throughout your day, without compromising your style. Pendant measures 2 3/4″ L x 1 1/2″ W; chain measures

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Cleverly designed as jewelry, no one would guess that this elegant crystal pendant also doubles as a convenient 5X magnifier. Easy to wear and easy to use, this attractive pendant can be discreetly used for various tasks throughout your day, without compromising your style. Pendant measures 2 3/4″ L x 1 1/2″ W; chain measures 31 1/2″ L.

Product Features

  • No one will guess this gorgeous crystal pendant is a magnifying glass
  • Elegant bell-shaped pendant that goes with any outfit
  • Perfect for reading small print without reading glasses
  • Makes a unique Mother’s or Father’s Day gift
  • Stretch it where you need it – hangs on a 31 1/2″ silver tone chain

Comments

Southern Belle says:

Heavy but handy I got this for evenings out to read menus since I typically just use my reading glasses at home. This is a fairly large lens, and it has some weight to it. It looks more expensive than the price I paid. The lens measures 3″ in length, 1.5 inches wide. The chain appears well made and sturdy. It measures 32 inches in total length, perfect for using the magnifying glass, and has the lobster claw clasp, which is more commonly seen in higher-quality jewelry. I showed it to my sister, then…

M. Snyder says:

Beautiful piece, well crafted Beautiful piece, well crafted, with attention to details, it can complements silver or white gold jewelry very nicely. And as a gift it will treasured. I like it, but I must share that the piece is large and in my line of work, I constantly walking, and I move from desk to desk helping team members’ and I find it to get on the way, as I bend down to type the glass knocks verything on it way, hitting the desk top, key board and things around, I am afraid the glass will crack or damage things…

Pellie Martin says:

I have had customers to ask where I’ve bought it from because they would like one. It is just as described. I wear it at work because sometimes it is so difficult to read item numbers on products we sell. I have had customers to ask where I’ve bought it from because they would like one.

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