Framed upon the occultist's pentagram, Eliphas Levi's portrait and representation of the dualist, goat-headed deity symbolising the balance in everything, and notoriously known as the heretical subject of worship of the Knights Templar, in 1307 leading to their persecution and ultimately, their Friday 13'th downfall.
A 2" long pewter, black pentagram pendant surmounted by an antiqued, 3D modelled goat's head.
On a 21" (54 cm) trace chain with lobster claw fitting.
H: 51 mm
W: 49 mm
D: 13 mm