Many of the embellishments on these keys have seen better days. I think they make the keys look more interesting and provide more personality.
Key 389: a key for clarity with a love knot of promise on the end.
Key 390: a key for trade and commerce with a rusty coin on the centre of the other side.
Key 391: a key for Africa. The bead on the end of the one side is for support against malaria.
Key 392: a key for reflection and theatre.
Key 393: has older plastic bits and a fair bit of purple on the other side. I particularly like the deteriorating centre on the other side – there’s more depth with the missing gold bits then there would be when it was shiny and new.
Key 394: was made using a fancy necklace I didn’t even know I had until my husband picked it out from a bin of gold-coloured bits.