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August 17, 2004

Bargain of the Day: Cross teabag tag

by Feòrag

If your herbal tea is not sufficiently pure and holy, enhance it with this Tea Bag Tag with Cross dangle- semiprecious stones:

Tea bag tags add grace and charm to the traditionally awkward task of manipulating a tagless tea bag. This is a one-of-a-kind item, there is no other one exactly like it.
The clip measures approximately 1.1 inches in length, and is attached to the pendant by means of a split ring (a micro-version of a key ring). The pendant part is about 1.8 inches long, and includes six nickel-plated metal beads (3 mm diameter), two 8-mm limestone beads, and one oblong mother-of-pearl bead, which is approximately 10 mm long and 4 mm wide.
The pendant is formed on a wire to provide some stiffness (so you can hold it like a little toothpick). The howlite cross is a separate piece that dangles below.
I like this item because I'm one of those people who drinks tea made with tagless tea bags, and I get weary of trying to fish the teabag out of the cup using a spoon or a straw...the teabag tag works much better.
If you know someone else who has this dilemma, then this will be perfect gift item.

Posted in Religious Tat at 16:17. Last modified on September 28 2006 at 23:42.
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Comments

1: Posted by: Chellee | August 22, 2004 11:01 PM

Hm. Interesting how it resembles a roach clip.

Not that I would personally know, one of my friends told me.

2: Posted by: Feòrag | August 26, 2004 4:00 PM

Chellee, I have no idea what you could be talking about!

Wax lyrical

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