Sir Gawain’s Glyph Gothic Pentagram Necklace

June 15, 2013 - Comment

Silver-finish pewter pentagram surrounded by gold-finish heraldic fleur-de-lis, with a ruby red faceted crystal at the center. Around the outer ring, the Latin names for the five elements. 18″ curb chain and jewelry box included. 1 1/2″ long. Customer Testimonial: “Thanks so much, it’s beautiful.” – Cara M., Canada

Silver-finish pewter pentagram surrounded by gold-finish heraldic fleur-de-lis, with a ruby red faceted crystal at the center. Around the outer ring, the Latin names for the five elements. 18″ curb chain and jewelry box included. 1 1/2″ long.

Customer Testimonial: “Thanks so much, it’s beautiful.” – Cara M., Canada

Comments

Rafeeq Burton "ButterFingers" says:

Nice Product The Gawian Pendant in person is very beautiful with minor human error craftsmanship, e.g off center golden orbs that separate the names around the pendant. Still beautiful. IT IS SMALLER than it looks on the screen and other images if you search it. Its also lighter than it looks. I wasnt looking for a clunky piece of jewlery but over-viewing the product you would expect it to be just a little bit heavier than what it actually is. I still love it though. I’ll give it 4 1/2 stars only because i was expecting a much heavier peice. Still lovely to marvel at and wear and it is big enough to know what it is at first glance so people arent squinting or wondering what is around your neck.

Anonymous says:

This pentacle is designed to look like the one that sir Gawain wore on his shield in the fourteenth century poem Sir Gawain and the Green Knight.The pentacle / Pentagram (non-inverted) / Pentangle / five pointed star within the circle is an ancient symbol of magick and faith and even of what we now call chemistry. It stands for the five basic elements. Spiritus (The spirit), Aura (air), Caminus (fire), Aqua (water), Humus (Earth). It’s a symbol that dates back to Ancient Druid practices and was even briefly adopted by Christianity when, according to legend, a ring with the five pointed star within the circle was given to King Solomon by the Archangel Michael, to protect him against evil spirits. (A lot of Christians forget that story these days). The pentacle was also used as a protection symbol in Germany in the fourteenth century until around the mid-nineteenth century where it was sometimes called the Druidenfuss (Druid’s Foot). There is such a symbol painted over a…

Anonymous says:

I love it! It’s pretty awesome. It’s about the size of a quarter I’d say. I believe it has to do with elemental magic, but that’s not why I got it. I like the pentagram on it, because it’s very realistic. The Latin words on it mean something along the line of: earth, water, fire, air, and spirit I believe, so it’s nothing bad. Also, the jewel in the middle has a color that is between garnet and ruby, but it’s closer to garnet I must say.

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