The Solar Orbit Necklace from ThinkGeek is Out Of This World #HGG17

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I’m an outer space fanatic. I love everything about this amazing universe we float around in. If I wasn’t teaching I would most likely be working in the Astronomy field. It’s my favorite unit to teach to the kids and even inspired a tattoo. When thinking of an amazing gift for myself it would have to be space themed.e

The Solar Orbit Necklace from Think Geek is a perfect piece of wearable art. It’s gorgeous an a perfect gift for any science fan or someone who would appreciate something unique and special. I love the perfect tiny details of this piece. It includes our moon, the asteroid belt and of course Pluto (for all of us that will always call it a planet!).

Product Specifications

  • Solar Orbit Necklace
  • A ThinkGeek creation & exclusive
  • The most complete solar system jewelry we’ve ever carried
  • Includes:
      The Sun (dyed jade)
      Mercury (white turquoise)
      Venus (crazy lace agate)
      The Moon (white turquoise)
      Earth (sodalite)
      Mars (red agate)
      The Asteroid Belt (snow stone)
      Jupiter (yellow agate)
      Saturn (yellow jade)
      Uranus (dyed jade)
      Neptune (dyed jade)
      Pluto (white turquoise)
  • 18″ chain + 3″ extender with a star on the end for a total length of 21″ with a lobster-clasp closure
  • Comes in a box suitable for gifting
  • Materials:
    • Original: Brass plated with imitation rhodium & stones listed above
    • Sterling Silver: Sterling Silver & stones listed above
  • Dimensions: 21″ total chain length; 1″ across Sun, 1/2″ Jupiter, 1/3″ Pluto
  • Weight: 1 1/4 oz.

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One comment on “The Solar Orbit Necklace from ThinkGeek is Out Of This World #HGG17

  1. Audrey Stewart

    That is so pretty. What a great necklace for a Christmas gift for my sister.

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