Thimble & Acorn Keychain Set - Peter Pan's Kiss; Couples Keychain Set
Rated 5 stars on Amazon!
"As a big fan of Peter Pan, this keychain set was perfect for me and my boyfriend. I have the acorn (which was Peter's "kiss" to Wendy) and he has the thimble (which was Wendy's "kiss" to Peter). It's small, cute, and subtle! And it comes with a small card that has the background story of what the thimble & acorn represent from the book. I love it!" - Melissa
- Hand Made Item, Acorn Keychain, Thimble Keychain, Peter Pan's Kiss
- Keychains packaged on a card with saying "My kiss for you."
- Fairytale Keychains, Peter Pan and Wendy Story
- Metal: Zinc Alloy; Color: Silver tone with antique finish
- Size: both charms about half inch in diameter, half inch in higth, Net Weight: About 20 g.
This is for a set of two keychains. From the story of Peter Pan an acorn is a "kiss". This is a great gift for your significant other. The card the keychains come on says "My 'kiss' for you! From the story of Peter Pan". An additional note describing the story is also included with each keychain, (see below.) This acorn and thimble set will come on separate cards. Gift the one and keep the other to remind you of the one you shared the "kiss" with.
Here is the sweet story about the acorn from the story of Peter Pan:
"She also said she would give him a kiss if he liked, but Peter did not know what she meant, and he held out his hand expectantly.
'Surely you know what a kiss is?' she asked, aghast.
'I shall know when you give it to me,' he replied stiffly, and not to hurt his feeling she gave him a thimble.
'Now,' said he, 'shall I give you a kiss?' and she replied with a slight primness, 'If you please.'
She made herself rather cheap by inclining her face toward him, but he merely dropped an acorn button into her hand, so she slowly returned her face to where it had been before, and said nicely that she would wear his kiss on the chain around her neck.
It was lucky that she did put it on that chain, for it was afterwards to save her life."
(Peter Pan, 1911, J.M.Barrie)