The design of this pendant takes a solid shape, in this case a cube, and iteratively slices edges off to create a sort of rock form. 25 iterations were produced, each iterating upon the previous, and presented in a 5x5 grid.
The pendant presented here was the 17th iteration of this process. It was chosen for having larger faces while removing all edges of the original primitive it was iterated from. A hole is cut through the pendant to slide a chain through and the solid is hollowed to reduce material costs.
Printed in a metallic compound this pendant retains a desirable weight and durability (despite being more cost effective due to it being hollow), as well as a textured feel and aesthetic. This product does not come with a chain however these can be cheaply purchased from your local craft store.