Permit Keychain 1997K


2 in stock (can be backordered)


This sculpted Pewter Permit Keychain of a Trachinotus falcatus is expertly carved into utilitarian Game Fish art, and it is certain to please the fly fishing enthusiast who specializes in tropical flats.

  • Keychain made of sturdy pewter measuring 3.302 centimeters long by 1.778 centimeters tall • Pewter measures 1.3 inches length by.7 inches tall
  • The incredibly detailed keychains are made from lead-free fine pewter and come equipped with a chain and split ring (as demonstrated) to keep your keys in place.

The scientific name for the permit is derived from the Latin word falcatus, which is an adjective that roughly translates to “armed with scythes.” This is a reference to the dorsal fin of the permit, which can sometimes be seen emerging from the water when schools of permit feed near the surface.

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Permit Keychain packaged in a box, then bagged in plastic, then wrapped in a bright organza bag. Shipping times of one to three business days.

It is possible to ship anywhere in the world. Orders that are sent to countries other than the US can be subject to additional charges called customs duties.

containing no nickel

We give out 5% of our whole revenue to organizations that help animals as well as jewelry for raffles.

Additional information

Weight 2 oz
Dimensions 4 × 4 × 1 in