Relics of the cult of Cthulhu rarely make it to the open market. Cultists tend to snatch them up when their previous owners disappear or die messy and undignified deaths. It is certain that this piece will make it into the pockets of a cultist at some point in the future.
This piece was said to be from the personal collection of Captain Obed Marsh of Innsmouth, pocketed by an unscrupulous police officer and subsequently pawned after the officer went insane from nightmares and drowned himself in an aquarium fish tank. The auction house has had several complaints from epileptics that it caused worse than usual seizures in potential buyers who woke tasting ocean water.
Legend has it that the pendant was a gift from the island tribe's half Deep One high priest to Captain Marsh. The symbols on the pendant are clearly copied from the wax tablet to supplicate Cthulhu in the Hay edition of the Necronomicon. The other symbols around the edge are too worn to be legible. The front stone is a star diopside, a clear allusion to Cthulhu rising when the stars are right. Our auction house makes no guarantees as to the continued health or sanity of the buyer.