While the moon has been a feminine symbol to many cultures, in medieval Europe the 'Man in the Moon' was regarded as a patron of pubs and brewers, and one of the original 'party guys'. In 1902 one of the first silent films was the French classic 'A Trip to The Moon', based on a Jules Verne story. This watershed science fiction film introduced many movie-goers to the iconic image of a rocket stuck in the moon's eye.
Our charm is happily rocket-free, raised on the front for realistic depth, and depicts a smiling moon face with mysterious eyes and round cheeks. Clever surface textures on the hollowed back give a nod to astronomy, with hints of craters. Both sides oxidized to show detail. Light up your jewelry designs with this fun charm for anyone from lovers and science-fiction fans, to film buffs and astronomers!
Height measurement includes 3.25mm jump ring with an inner diameter of 1.5mm.
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