Biplane Necklace with Moving Propeller
Biplane Necklace with Moving Propeller
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Biplane Necklace with Moving Propeller

This gleaming biplane pendant features a tiny propeller that twirls with a flick of your finger.
created by

Alex Monroe

$198.00

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Very attractive, but it's not really a biplane, is it. Has floats, so a better description might be "amphibious."

Stillwater, MN

Biplane Necklace with Moving Propeller

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