“The Star of the Magi” Agrippa’s Pentagram Pendant Necklace
The pentagram, or five-pointed star is said to resemble the figure of a human being, where the upper points to the head and the four lower points reaching the out-stretched arms and legs. The legs of our "pentagram-man" are the limbs of Fire and Earth, which maintain balance and figure. The pentagram itself represents the fifth element of Spirit governing the lower elements of Fire, Water, Air, and Earth.
Our pendant representation of Agrippa the alchemist's symbol brings life to his concept in a detailed, three dimensional form. The pendant maintains a classic 20mm x 20mm medallion shape which has great balance and proportion when worn as a necklace, much like the theory of the pentagram represents balance and structure.
Cast in 316L Stainless steel and blackened in the grooves and etchings, the piece has visual contrast and form with balance between light and dark, using traditional silver smith techniques to convert art into jewellery.
Intricate and delicate construction of a traditional symbol into modern jewellery.
20mm x 20mm medallion silhouette provides a balanced look when worn.
Cast in 316L Stainless Steel, the piece is highly durable and long lasting.
Can be worn in water without tarnishing or discolouring.