Golden Statuette


Approximately 8 inches high and made from pure gold. The statuette is cast in the shape of a bearded king who appears to be metamorphosing from a second, plainer humanoid figure. The effect is to suggest some form of divine conversion or god-like birth.

There are no marks or inscriptions save for a small sigil carved on the base, which looks like a rune of some kind.

The relic causes a sensation of unease when seen and it feels greasy to the touch.

The statuette was given to the investigators by Neve Selcibuc before she fled London with Theodore Rayburn-Price. She was given it by Archie Glossop who was worried that it would be stolen from the British Museum and therefore smuggled it out to take care of it (for more details see Neve’s journal).

Golden Statuette

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