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Can't find anything on the pendant, your speculation about Comic-Con seems good to me. Could well be silver if it's heavy on it's own. Not much association between aliens, pyramids and Rubik's cubes. 😀 Could be an ignition key for a spaceship tho. 🤔

Nice finds!

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   Definitely an alien spaceship key, model year, 2016 "Super Destroyer"!  Probably lost by a teenage alien who was banned from visiting earth, but did so anyways! Man!!, mom and dad alien are gonna be pi$$ed🤬 when they find out he took their ride!! And that the key was lost, while chasing earth "girls"🐮, again!!!🛸👽👽🤣

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Here's the problem:  the people who know what this key-shaped pendant is are too young to be on this website forum.  Well, those of you who have children (or more appropriate -- grandchildren) can ask them.

Hope its silver.  The other ring is nice looking and also probably a fairly recent drop since the gold plating is still intact.

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The key appears to be 2 or 3 pieces. Is there a mechanism of some sort?

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On 9/19/2021 at 5:26 PM, F350Platinum said:

The key appears to be 2 or 3 pieces. Is there a mechanism of some sort?

Solid one piece of silver.  Just high relief Italian .925.   Not a transformer. 

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