Tuesday, July 26, 2011

Innsmouth Gold

Jason McKittrick brings us this artifact from Miskatonic University's Special Collections, formerly held by the U.S. Government.

"A solid gold idol sculpture recovered from the Marsh Refinery during the infamous "Innsmouth Raid of 1927". The item's subject is unknown however it is speculated that it depicts one of the fabled "Deep Ones" of Innsmouth lore. This piece is characteristic of the odd style produced by Innsmouth goldsmiths. Innsmouth Gold is exceedingly rare.

Special Note: Item must be contained under glass at all times. Item has been observed to affect electrical instrumentation as well as emit a low frequency hum.

Classification: Hazardous

Idol Measurements: 3 1/2 in tall x 2 in wide
Container Measurements: 4 1/2 in tall x 5 in wide"

It happens to be available on Ebay .

1 comment:

CoastConFan said...

A nice piece with a great presentation. Glass domes just seem to set off an artifact. You might also consider looking at some of the Moche culture gold figures for inspiration as well.