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Harry Potter the awesomely cheap eBay wand necklaces

I'm aware I've been on a bit of a Harry Potter kick recently. I seem to have opened a gate and the cute, very shoppable, stuff just keeps coming through! 

My latest find are these eBay Harry Potter Wand necklaces. A steal at just 2.79 each or 6.49 for the lot. 

 



 



Left to Right: Hermione | Harry | Voldemort | Dumbledore

For wear these are great; The chains provided are a good long length and sturdy too. The pendants themselves are weighty so you don't feel like it's going to snap in half when you lean against something. 

I've decided that rather than keep them as necklaces I'm going to get a frame and hang them them in my living room. I'm thinking an A5 size frame with the borders removed (I tried an A4 size I had spare and it was just too big). I may keep the display so that they are easily removable just in case I take a notion! I do tend to take notions. 

What do you think?

 

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