XV - The Devil

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XV - The Devil

49.00

The Devil is depicted as a Satyr - half man, half goat -  in reference to both the lustful mythological figure and the concept of the scapegoat. The two figures bound to the column appear to be held against their will, but their chains are actually ropes, and easily removed… if they so choose. This card represents the internal voice that blames external forces for internal decisions. The Devil symbolizes personal responsibility and overcoming fear.

While the origins of tarot lie in the middle east, the first tarot cards were created in northern Italy during the 15th century, and were used for card games before evolving into tools of divination.

This pendant features an Italian print of one of the earliest examples of historic tarot artwork. The artwork demonstrates the original Italian color scheme of oranges and blues, highlighted by two borders of Swarovski crystals, and is encased in an antiqued bronze bezel. 

Stately and mysterious, this pendant weighs over 2 oz/50g and is a stunning focal point for any outfit, modern or historic. Arrives in a Studio Kittie gift box, complete with an adjustable black silk cord, ready to wear.

Dimensions: 48x24mm.

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