Tardis on a Large Iron Skeleton Key
To make this one of a kind Key I first created an image of Doctor Who's Tardis on the back of a glass cabochon. I wire wrapped an iron skeleton key using copper wire, circuit board, cogs, gears and embedded a Tibetan crystal onto the back. After the wire working process, I patinated the copper wire giving it an ancient look.
It comes on a satin cord with a slider bead for easy adjustment. The cord is about 27” long. It can be worn as a cosplay necklace of hang as an ornament.
This is a big, heavy key, not for the weak at heart. It is up to the owner of the key what doors it opens, this wonderland is only limited by one's imagination.
Measures about 5.75” long x 1.78” wide x 0.80" thick and weighs about 0.5 oz.
I am a big geeky Doctor Who fan and love the Tardis and all the fandom that goes with the Doctor Who series. When our daughter, also a whovian, graduated from high school I painted our chicken coop to resemble a Tardis, the color of the 10th doctor's Tardis. I love how it is bigger on the inside, containing an infinite number of rooms, corridors and storage spaces.
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More about Bill and I:
Bill has been blowing glass since 1993. In 2002 Rae left the corporate world to be with Bill and pursue her artistic adventure blowing glass and so much more. Since 2016 Rae has been incorporating metalworking, steampunk, dragons and other fantasy themes into the glass art. Together they live on a small farm that includes orchards, an extensive garden with a greenhouse, Steampunk shop, Torch shop for torchwork glass blowing, Bills Man Cave equipped with an electronics wing and the Brewhouse, along with the Sage Cottage Observatory for astrophotography and the vacation getaway Sage Cottage 406 itself where guests can join the journey in comfort and quiet. The location has wide-open views overlooking the Bitterroot Valley of Montana, where together they spread love and harmony, sharing this fantastic journey called life.
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plus the Aspen Hot Glass.com website.