This is a small well-made jeweled orb from the 1960’s which is enough to make it pretty great on its own. But in addition, it will also tell you the temperature. There is a small (aesthetic only) crack in the center of the bezel as well as on the side, and some minor signs of wear on the enameled metal, but none of these make it less pretty or handy.
2" Diameter x 1.25" H
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