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Dr. Sanders broke open the seal on the tomb in front of him. Dust clouds swirled up and stone dropped down with a loud noise mixed with the choking coughs of the good doctor as he accidently breathed in the dust particles.
Before him in the wall was now a gaping hole of an empty burial chamber tucked away in the catacombs beneath and old French monastery. His notes and research had been correct and despite the darkness and foreboding shadows cast by the flickering light of his torch he smiled a wry smile, he was still on the right track. In his mind he envisioned the many tomes and scrolls he hoped to find at the other side of the tunnel and clearing some spiderwebs aside crawled into the small opening. A dank, stale air of earth and stone greeted him as he went forward on all fours, leaving his torch behind as it was to cumbersome to bring into such a narrow space. Quickly the light faded to a pitch black and Sanders was forced to feel his way through the tunnel, anxious to continue and with a feeling of uneasiness growing in the pit of his stomach. After what seemed ages he finally reached the end and pushed through the rubble, half-tumbling down as there was still no light to show his surroundings. He coughed as more dust swilred up, disturbed for the first time in centuries. After regaining his breath he felt through his pockets until he found what he was looking for and with a quick motion flicked open the lighter he always carried with him. The soft glow of the tiny fire spread not far, but enough for Sanders to uncover that he had finally made it to the lost library of the Monks of St. Sebastian, better known to those versed in the occult as the Brotherhood of Sulphur. An ancient brotherhood of alchemists in pursuit of knowledge, with unsavoury methods to reach for that hidden fountain beyond the veil of human understanding.

Up for sale is a lovely leather case inspired by the works of Zarono and the Cthulhu mythos, perfectly suitable as a horror prop for larp games or display.

The case has been made from veg. tan. leather which contains carefully hand-carved and then embossed symbols and sigils. It has been dyed a warm brown colour and the symbols have been hand-painted an old gold-tone colour (not acrylics, but more enduring). The gold paint has been applied a second time and is of shoe-makers quality so it will not rub off.

The case is 21.5 cm wide and 28.3 cm high.

Inside are 4 art work sheets created by the talented Zarono, these are included with the sale. The symbols on the case itself are inspired upon his artwork.
His Etsy shop can be found here; http://zarono.etsy.com

If you have any questions, please let me know.

Embossed leather case with art work scrolls horror cthulhu or larp prop

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: leather, dye, paint, paper, ink, polish
  • Feedback: 44 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Amsterdam, The Netherlands
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