Key 371: a pink sparkly broach on the one side and a lovely Victorian looking pin on the other side. I’ve always really liked these smaller keys; I don’t have many of the smaller terminals* left so these little keys are extra special to me.
*terminals are metal pins/clamps that I use as the base for many of the keys
Key 372: has sparkly bits on the ends on both sides. One day I will take a photograph that shows off the dazzle.
Key 373: is a different flavour from the more recent keys. The main washer is quite heavy. The other brownish embellishments also help to make this a more grounded key.
Key 374: Is light and airy. The chrome paint really turned out well. There is a military pip on the centre of the other side.
Key 375: “Key of Tears”. The resin on the one side was past its time when I used it…but I persevered. This resulted in a more lumpy resin that looks like the key is being rained on or covered in tears. I was going to add another resin coat to even it out but decided that the current look has more character. The other side is smooth. This key has a very distinct personality. I wonder what the person who wore the flairy white gold broach that’s at the top of the key on the other side was like?