The great wizard Merlin told the people of Britain that their rightful king would draw this magical sword from the stone. It was Arthur who drew Excalibur in time of dire peril, and when he brandished it against the rebel kings, it shone with a glorious light to aid his victory. Excalibur could only be used for purposes of good, not evil, and represented the enforcement of Arthur's legitimate claim to the throne and his unifying purpose.
The unique making process of these porcelain pendants allows for more detail in designs than other mediums. These designs are fired into the clay at 1200 degrees, so they will not peel or wear off. Each piece is surprisingly lightweight.
Approx. Pendant size : 3.6 centimetre height x 2.2 centimetre width. Weight : 5 grams.