Named after a biblical passage, this Isaiah 14:29 Necklace references the oppressive rod of rulership as well as the serpents that might spring forth from its roots, and in doing so, creates an interesting symbol of gothic style. In its entirety, the passage referenced by his pendant’s name and form reads as Do not rejoice, philistines, for though the rod that struck you has broken, a viper shall grow out of the serpents root, and its fruit shall be a darting adder. In keeping with a literal translation, this pendant depicts a black rod, similar to a rod of Asclepius or a caduceus, featuring single, silver serpent wrapped around the rods black length, while a pair of golden wings extend from the top. Attached to the rods apex is a red Swarovski crystal, which represents the ever-watchful eye of the Divine. The pendant is made entirely from fine English pewter, and it comes attached to a chain. A religious inspiration is not hard to find in this pendant, although that doesn’t mean that you have to be strong of faith to enjoy it. In fact, its stellar design makes this Isaiah 14:29 Necklace a great choice for any gothic guy or girl to enjoy!
- Crafted from fine tri-toned English pewter
- Depicts a rod and serpent design with Swarovski crystal accents
- Comes with an attached chain
- Has great gothic style and charm
- A perfect personal accent or gift idea