style number: 1977338
Inspired by Victorian Design
Level mountains in a single blow, with the potent, "Mjollnir of the Modern Age!" of fine English pewter. What mountains do you need to crush today? What tasks seem insurmountable? Wear this pendant, inspired by Norse god Thor's Mjollnir, and get the job done! In Norse mythology Mjollnir is the heavy hammer of Thor, one of the gods associated with thunder. Mjollnir was feared for it was mighty enough to level mountains, when thrown would never miss its mark, and would find its way back to Thor. It's special properties included making itself whatever size was needed - large enough for mountain pounding or small enough to carry.
Inspired by Classic Scientific Instrument Design
Working miniature of Circa 18th instrument to measure the direct path of destiny between specified heavenly bodies; pewter and brass.
Fibonacci's Golden Spiral Pendant
For 5,000 years the Golden Mean has been a central tenet of technology, and decoded by Fibonacci in the Middle Ages for the future exploitation of Dr. von Rosenstein and our Renaissance forefathers; the Fibonacci sequence is engraved upon the reverse.
A flat, antiqued pewter, Renaissance-style scientific instrument pendant in the form of a Nautilus shell, with overlaid etched brass detail. The necklace comes on a 21"chain.
Inspired by Victorian Style:
A Victorian mad man's dream, or a futuristic creation of great ambition and genius? A monstrous, though benevolent, steam-powered mechanical dragon of frightening proportions, represents the might of industrial progress.