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Chaos Signet Pewter Ring

The polished, black-enamelled device of the infamous, maelstromic arrows.

Chaos Signet Pewter Ring at Jewelry Gem Shop,  Sterling Silver Jewerly | Gemstone Jewelry | Unique Jewelry
  • Chaos Signet Pewter Ring at Jewelry Gem Shop,  Sterling Silver Jewerly | Gemstone Jewelry | Unique Jewelry
  • Chaos Signet Pewter Ring at Jewelry Gem Shop,  Sterling Silver Jewerly | Gemstone Jewelry | Unique Jewelry
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Chaos Signet Pewter Ring by Alchemy Gothic Jewelry and Decor

Chaos magick symbol signet ring is enameled in black.

The Symbol of Chaos originates from Michael Moorcock's Eternal Champion stories. In them, the Symbol of Chaos comprises eight arrows in a radial pattern. In contrast, the symbol of Law is a single upright arrow. It is also called the Arms of Chaos, the Arrows of Chaos, the Chaos Star, the Chaos Cross, or the Symbol of Eight.

This symbol has been subsequently adopted into the pop-cultural mainstream, turning up in such diverse places as modern occult traditions and role-playing games. Some occultists have adapted it as the symbol for Chaos magic and to represent Seth, the Egyptian God of Chaos. 

There are a number of traditional symbols that have the same geometrical pattern as Moorcock's symbol of Chaos, such as any of various eight-pointed stars (like this one from a Greek vase from the fifth century BCE), the star of Ishtar/Venus, the Eastern Dharmacakra and the Wheel of the Year, but none of these were symbols of chaos and their limbs are not arrows. Furthermore, the '8' of Wands in Aleister Crowley's Thoth Tarot deck features prominently an eight-pointed star with arrows at the ends. Crowley described the card as representing "energy" scattering at "high velocity" that had managed to create the depicted eight-pointed figure.

Item Number: AG-R99 | Approximate Size (Inches): 1.00 wide x 1.00 deep x 1.00 high | Approximate Shipping Weight: 0.25 lbs.

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Materials
EnameledVitreous enamel, also called porcelain enamel, is a material made by fusing powdered glass to a substrate by firing, usually between 750 and 850 °C (1380 and 1560 °F). The powder melts, flows, and then hardens to a smooth, durable vitreous coating on metal, glass or ceramics.
PewterPewter is a malleable metal alloy, traditionally 85–99% tin, with the remainder consisting of copper and other metals. It has a low melting point and is very easy to cast in molds. It has been used since ancient times for everything from jewelry to table wear and was once called the "poor mans silver". Generally pewter has a grayish/silver semi-dull finish, though this varies depending on the metals combined with the tin and can be colored black or other shades or plated with gold or silver. All our pewter pieces are lead and nickel free. Pewter is generally hypo-allergenic and will not tarnish or react in most conditions. Note it can break or crack if flexed multiple times and rings cannot be re-sized, though interior ring springs or other adjusters might be used.
Country of Origin
OriginImported from the United Kingdom

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