Casca's Sword Pendant
Limited accessories for the Great Berserk Exhibition
This is a limited edition accessory made in conjunction with the Great Berserk Exhibition.
Casca, known as the “Captain of a Thousand”.
We made a pendant in the motif of her beloved sword.
Casca’s sword is slender and straight, making it easy for women to handle.
Utilizing the sharp shape of the sword, we created a simple accessory.
It can be easily matched with any fashion.
It is also great to display alongside the Emblem of the Hawks Silver Badge (sold separately).
A garnet is embedded in the handle.
It is also nice to display them side by side with the Emblem of the Hawks Silver Badge.
Every pendant is carefully handcrafted and engraved by our skilled artisans in Japan.
This is a great opportunity to add one more fantastic item to your Berserk collection.
- Silver is soft metal. Please avoid applying strong pressure on it.
- This item is a made to order item. We do not accept cancellations. Once cancellation occurred, we would not accept the order from the same ID again and the payment will not be refund in any case.So please do consider carefully before the purchasing.
- Since every item is handmade, there might be subtle differences in the colors.
-The accessory case and pouch are samples.
-Please note that they may differ from the case that comes with the product when it is delivered.
By polishing the ring, you can enjoy delicate effects of silver. Thank you so much for your kind understanding.
*Estimate deliver date: about 2-5 wekks after the order ends.
*The coloring may differ from the image due to the handiwork of the artist.
*Colors may appear different depending on your display device.
*The size is a prototype measurement and may differ slightly from the product.
|Size: 70mm (L) x 20 mm (W) (pendant) Length of chain: 50 cm (20 in)
|Silver 925 (pendant), silver-plated brass (chain) , Garnet
|Estimated Delivery Date
|Expected to ship about 1-1.5 weeks after the Berserk exhibition ends.
|Originated & Manufactured
|ART OF WAR / Made in Japan
|©Kentarou Miura (studio GAGA)/ Hakusensha