Skull Pendant with Small Horns Bronze
Pendant Skull with little horns - Fine Art Jewellery - zahario.pl
Neck pendant presenting skull with horns. Precisely made of bronze in Zahario workshop.
This is not a demon or devil skull with magnificent horns. Here the horns are small, one might say - discreet. It was easy to hide them under hair or a hat - no one had to know that there was a devil in this man.
In the European tradition, the skull symbolizes death, but also humanity. In Christianity it appears as an attribute of saints, depicting the futility of human life, which is only a prelude to immortality. It also symbolizes transience, the inexorable passage of time, mystery and danger.
The pendant in the shape of a skull with horns reminds us of the duality of human nature. The essence of humanity is free will - allowing you to choose between good and evil. Both of these elements coexist in man, and usually both are doing well.
The pendant in the shape of a skull is made of bronze/silver. All anatomical details of the human skull have been rendered on the pendant. The finest elements have been carved under a magnifying glass. The pendant comes with a link with a tiny Zahario logo badge.
Width of pendant: 8 mm.
Height of the pendant: 11 mm.
Diameter of the circle (to hang on the chain): 10 mm.
Weight: 4.60 g.
Dimensions of the pendant may vary slightly due to the individual making of each piece.
There is a possibility to adjust the size of the jewelry on request.
Jewelry with ZAHARIO logo in a form of rectangular pendant 8 mm long and 4 mm wide.
Each order is sent in an elegant package.
To match the pendant we suggest you choose a chain - Chains.
Doesn't brown suit you? The pendant is also available in Horned Skull Pendant Silver.
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About Zahario jewelry
Author's Zahario jewelry is characterized by precision and craftsmanship. There is no kitsch or exaltation in it, but it is characterized by a huge dose of fantasy to the point of madness. It is full of symbols, oddities, creatures - as if from a dream or a poem.
It is also a profound reflection on life, transience, and the experiences that shape man. Each of Zahario's works should be treated as a metaphor.
There is a lot of sadness in Zahario's work, but it is not typical dark jewelry.
Although associations with death are hard to avoid, there is a seed of immortality and a belief in impermanent beauty.