When you think of your home beyond the neighborhood, city, state, country, or the continent, in the big picture, Milky Way galaxy is our home galaxy. Now, proudly show your love for you home galaxy through this beautiful necklace!
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BOUND TO PLEASE!
Is your wardrobe giving you writer's block? Are you lost in the stacks, searching for the perfect denouement to your outfit? Shelve those tragic thoughts - we've got you covered! Whether you're a bibliophile, a writer, or in a chapter all your own, a scarf like this will speak volumes at your next book club. This novel design is sure to be a bestseller, so reserve yours today to ensure a happy ending!
A STAR IS BORN!
In the depths of interstellar space, clouds of dust and gas of unimaginable size drift through the void. We call them nebula - some are where the stars first form, while others are all that’s left. Our design depicts the former, a stellar nursery where gravity endlessly churns out new stars. The closest nebula to us is the latter kind, the Helix Nebula - a dying star 700 light-years away that resembles a ghostly human eye. Catch one before you wish you had!
This astronomy-inspired design was created to capture the magnificence of the stars at night. You’ll feel like a shooting star in this gorgeous Nebula scarf!
ON THE GLOW!
Behold our tribute to the firefly, featuring the molecular structure of luciferin (from the Latin lucifer, “light-bringer”), the chemical that creates their bioluminescent qualities. The adults use this light to say hello to each other, while their larvae (aka “glow worms”) employ it to ward off predators who think glowing things are gross. This scarf, however, is sure to attract bright humans like yourself. Get one before they fade away!
GET YOUR SPACE ON!
Ready to sail your starship across the sea of stars? We’ve got you covered - in galaxies! Behold the latest additions for your southern hemisphere: the whirlpool galaxy M51, the cigar galaxy M82, the barred spiral galaxy NGC-1300, and the “Spanish Dancer”, a spiral galaxy designated NGC-1566. While the closest of them is 12 million light years away, you’ll be starstruck with this beauty in your orbit! FTL drive not included.