JEWELRY MIDNIGHT SUN 2. Made from tin with a glas body on top

JEWELRY MIDNATTSOL 2 

Handcasted in tin  with glas body
Jewelry Midnight Sun Midnight Sun 2
Pendant with leather strap
Midnight sun that can only be seen in the northern hemisphere above the Arctic Circle. A natural motif in the form of a pendant depicting the amazing phenomenon of midnight sun which means that the sun never goes down. a perfect birthday gift or why not just surprise someone with something nice A unique piece of jewelry with natural motifs from our arctic landscape.
Hand cast in tin and with mounted glass body to accentuate the image Very nice details Made in Norrbotten near the Arctic Circle in Lapland, arctic circle
Articart.se
Sweden
The Midnight Sun or the Polar Day is called the phenomenon when the sun is never completely below the horizon for one day.
During the polar day, the sun is visible even at midnight. Midnight sun occurs north of the northern Arctic Circle and south of the Southern Arctic Circle, during the respective summer months. The number of days per year it is midnight sun increases the closer you get to the North Pole, and the South Pole, respectively.
Around mid-summer, the midnight sun can also be observed a bit south of the northern arctic circle due to the refraction of light in the atmosphere. At the poles themselves, the sun goes up and down only once every year, and every sunrise or sunset takes about 30 hours when the sun goes just over one turn around the horizon. At the poles, there is a six-month polar day (the stricter meaning of the concept of polar day), followed by several weeks of dusk, then dark for half a year and finally several weeks of dawn before the day of the polar return. The Midnight Sun or the Polar Day is called the phenomenon when the sun is never completely below the horizon for one day. During the polar day, the sun is visible even at midnight. Midnight sun occurs north of the northern Arctic Circle and south of the Southern Arctic Circle, during the respective summer months. The number of days per year it is midnight sun increases the closer you get to the North Pole, and the South Pole, respectively. Around mid-summer, the midnight sun can also be observed a bit south of the northern arctic circle due to the refraction of light in the atmosphere. At the poles themselves, the sun goes up and down only once every year, and every sunrise or sunset takes about 30 hours when the sun goes just over one turn around the horizon. At the poles, there is a six-month polar day (the stricter meaning of the concept of polar day), followed by several weeks of dusk, then dark for half a year and finally several weeks of dawn before the day of the polar return.

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JEWELRY MIDNATTSOL 2 

Handcasted in tin  with glas body
Jewelry Midnight Sun Midnight Sun 2
Pendant with leather strap
Midnight sun that can only be seen in the northern hemisphere above the Arctic Circle. A natural motif in the form of a pendant depicting the amazing phenomenon of midnight sun which means that the sun never goes down. a perfect birthday gift or why not just surprise someone with something nice A unique piece of jewelry with natural motifs from our arctic landscape.
Hand cast in tin and with mounted glass body to accentuate the image Very nice details Made in Norrbotten near the Arctic Circle in Lapland, arctic circle
Articart.se
Sweden
The Midnight Sun or the Polar Day is called the phenomenon when the sun is never completely below the horizon for one day.
During the polar day, the sun is visible even at midnight. Midnight sun occurs north of the northern Arctic Circle and south of the Southern Arctic Circle, during the respective summer months. The number of days per year it is midnight sun increases the closer you get to the North Pole, and the South Pole, respectively.
Around mid-summer, the midnight sun can also be observed a bit south of the northern arctic circle due to the refraction of light in the atmosphere. At the poles themselves, the sun goes up and down only once every year, and every sunrise or sunset takes about 30 hours when the sun goes just over one turn around the horizon. At the poles, there is a six-month polar day (the stricter meaning of the concept of polar day), followed by several weeks of dusk, then dark for half a year and finally several weeks of dawn before the day of the polar return. The Midnight Sun or the Polar Day is called the phenomenon when the sun is never completely below the horizon for one day. During the polar day, the sun is visible even at midnight. Midnight sun occurs north of the northern Arctic Circle and south of the Southern Arctic Circle, during the respective summer months. The number of days per year it is midnight sun increases the closer you get to the North Pole, and the South Pole, respectively. Around mid-summer, the midnight sun can also be observed a bit south of the northern arctic circle due to the refraction of light in the atmosphere. At the poles themselves, the sun goes up and down only once every year, and every sunrise or sunset takes about 30 hours when the sun goes just over one turn around the horizon. At the poles, there is a six-month polar day (the stricter meaning of the concept of polar day), followed by several weeks of dusk, then dark for half a year and finally several weeks of dawn before the day of the polar return.

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