Teapot Constellation


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The "Teapot" asterism is the easily recognisable part of the Sagittarius constellation, as seen from the northern hemisphere.

The Teapot necklace is made entirely of sterling silver and little stars are brilliant cut natural citrine and synthetic* blue spinel (2.5 to 3.5 mm). I chose gemstones that correspond in terms of color and size to the real colours (yellow and blue) and magnitude of the stars (please see the last photo).

The pendant measures roughly 45 x 30 mm ( ~ 1.8 x 1.2 inches) and the length of the necklace is 47 cm (18 inch). It has an extra 6 cm extension in case you prefer it a bit longer.

This necklace is ready to ship and will arrive beautifully packed in a black box.

The pendant pictured here has not been oxidised, it is white silver, but you can also order it with a black patina, which I personally think that brings out the little stars. (please see here an example of a constellation pendant with black patina: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B016QUT71U )

I am always open to suggestions; should you prefer to order a similar necklace set with other gemstones, please contact me and we'll discuss it.

* A synthetic gem material is one that is made in a laboratory, but which shares virtually all chemical, optical, and physical characteristics of its natural mineral counterpart.

Minos Stunning Polished Stainless Steel Teapot - 17 OZ - With Tea Strainer And Silicon Handle by Minos

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Test: Teapot Constellation

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Latest News

  • Looking Up: Our galaxy is a dusty place

    08/14/15 ,via Worcester Telegram

    Near the horizon (this assumes you live in mid-northern latitudes, by the way), the Milky Way covers the constellation Sagittarius the Archer. This area is much better seen in The main stars of Sagittarius are easily pictured as a tea pot. The

  • This Week's Sky at a Glance, August 14 – 22

    08/14/15 ,via Sky & Telescope

    This is the time of year when the Teapot of Sagittarius, with its rich surroundings of deep-sky objects, stands highest in the south soon after dark. The Teapot is about the size of your fist at Learn your way around the constellations. They're the

  • This Week's Night Sky: Meteor Shower and a Dip in Lagoon Nebula

    08/10/15 ,via National Geographic

    constellation Sagittarius, this distinct stellar pattern—complete with handle, lid and spout--marks the heart of the mythical centaur. For even the seasoned stargazer, tracing out the figure of a centaur takes some imagination, but the familiar

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Recipes

  • Teapot Cake

    pound cake, food coloring, frosting, food coloring

Books

  • NightWatch

    Firefly Books. 1998. ISBN: 9781552093023,1552093026. 176 pages.

    Offers advice on observing the stars and constellations, discusses useful equipment, and includes information on the moon, comets, eclipses, and planets

  • Guidebook to the Constellations

    Springer Science & Business Media. 2012. ISBN: 9781441969415,1441969411. 875 pages.

    This handbook guides the stargazer through all 88 officially recognized constellations, grouped according to their origin and location in the sky. The book includes origin myths, finder charts, tables, photographs, and plots of binary star orbital motions.

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  • This Week’s Sky at a Glance, August 14 – 22

    08/14/15 ,via Sky & Telescope

    The Teapot is about the size of your fist at arm's length ... Want to become a better astronomer? Learn your way around the constellations. They're the key to locating everything fainter and deeper to hunt with binoculars or a telescope.

  • This Week's Night Sky: Meteor Shower and a Dip in Lagoon Nebula

    08/10/15 ,via National Geographic

    ... s new moon will be a good time to track down the great celestial “teapot” and its treasures, which are now visible in the southern sky. Located in the zodiacal constellation Sagittarius, this distinct stellar pattern—complete with handle, lid ...

  • The Sky this Week: August 7–16, 2015

    08/07/15 ,via Astronomy Magazine

    The brightest stars within the constellation form the shape of a teapot — a distinctive asterism once you’ve found it. The central regions of the Milky Way pass through Sagittarius, so it’s always worth exploring this area through binoculars or a ...

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Sagittarius (constellation) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

As seen from the northern hemisphere, the constellation's brighter stars form an easily recognizable asterism known as 'the Teapot'. The stars δ Sgr (Kaus Media), ε ...

Teapot of Sagittarius: In the direction of galaxy's center ...

Teapot of Sagittarius: In the direction of galaxy’s center. ... The Teapot is an asterism – a star formation that is not a recognized constellation.

Cosmic Teapot Visible In Summer Sky - Space and NASA News ...

Riding low in the summer sky is the constellation Sagittarius, looking like a teapot and containing some of the finest deep sky objects. Full Story.

Teapot in Sagittarius and Milky Way
Teapot in Sagittarius and Milky Way
Photo by felgari on Flickr
"Little" Teapot
"Little" Teapot
From dark locations, the skies are so filled with stars that it's hard to identify even major constellations sometimes. I've traced out Sagittarius here in case it's hard to see.
Photo by makelessnoise on Flickr
"Cosmic Dream"
"Cosmic Dream"
I awoke from my slumber with a dream of our galaxy in my minds eye, stepped outside and saw a magnificent sight. The Milky Way Stretched out over the house. I knew it was time to capture the majesty of the night sky above. This image was the result. 30 secs aperture F3.5 manual exp focal length 18mm tungsten wb spot metering ISO 800 fixed tripod jason jenkins
... teapot a famous asterism in the constellation sagittarius labeled
... teapot a famous asterism in the constellation sagittarius labeled
Description Sagittarius-teapot-asterism.jpg
Description Sagittarius-teapot-asterism.jpg
September 2013 – Sagittarius and the Galactic Centre
September 2013 – Sagittarius and the Galactic Centre
Image by scistand.com

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