Portable Shrine To St. Hubertus 1

Pendant and chain - there is a separate element (not shown, which allows the chain to be worn separately - made from found galvanised iron, corroded spring washers, tangs from old files, a hand-engraved and enamelled Irish coin, silver, quartz, garnets, a lens from an old camera, chrysoprase, antler, cz and 23ct gold leaf.

The pendant contains two small boxes, one of which can be removed and can be worn as a separate pendant, both of which can contain secrets or relics.

The lettering on the front is hand-engraved and carved from 99.9% pure iron sheet.

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