Based on the ancient occult tool, this gothic necklace is eye-catching to say the least! With its striking blue eye and intricate detail, the Hand of Glory Necklace will stop those who behold you in their tracks.
Handcrafted from fine English pewter the gothic pendant depicts an ancient, skeletal hand. Not quite down to just its bones, the silver tone hand features pointed fingernails, prominent veins, and a slightly antiqued finish to further bring out the depth of its detail.
Most captivating of all is the bright blue eye on the palm of the hand. This eye accent is inset within the palm. The hand also wears a skull ring on its middle finger and a rope tied around its wrist. Then, a ring at the top connects it to the included chain via jump ring.
This gothic pendant hangs from a nickel-free metal trace chain, thus creating a unique necklace you will want to make part of your everyday style. The necklace chain features a matching silver tone and a clasp fastens the necklace chain closed.
Legend has it that a Hand of Glory is made from the hand of a hanged man. It renders anyone in its presence motionless. An eye set within a palm of this gothic hand pendant calls to mind the Hamsa eye symbol, said to ward off evil energy.
Bring this mysterious symbol of grim, ancient magic and belief to your gothic style. This gothic jewelry piece makes an intriguing addition to wizard and sorceress costumes as well as an especially intriguing personal accent for everyday alternative fashion. For more eye-boggling additions to your gothic jewelry collection, check out the Ouija Eye Ring (AG-R215) and Ouija Planchette Earrings (AG-E396).
- Includes necklace chain
- Skeletal hand pendant features eye accent
- Shows an impressive level of detail
- Unique addition to gothic jewelry collections
- Great for fantasy costumes and alternative styles
- Pendant made from fine English pewter with nickel-free metal chain
- Pendant Length: 2 Inches
- Pendant Width: 1.2 Inches
- Pendant Depth: 0.2 Inch
- Weight: 1.3 Ounces
- Chain Length: 20 Inches
Measurements are approximate.