Avada Kedavra Necklace
Avada Kedavra Necklace – Harry Potter Fandom Jewelry – Dark Magic Killing Curse – Silver Gift for Slytherin Girl or Voldemort fan
“Avada Kedavra’s a curse that needs a powerful bit of magic behind it—you could all get your wands out and point them at me and say the words, and I doubt I’d get so much as a nosebleed.”
—Barty Crouch Jr, disguised as Alastor Moody, to a Defence Against the Dark Arts class
Avada Kedavra causes instant death.
The incantation of Avada Kedavra causes a bolt of blindingly intense green light to shoot from the end of the caster’s wand, which, on contact with the victim, results in instantaneous death. There are no secondary effects; the victim simply “drops dead” for no biological reason. It is possible that the victim’s internal organs cease function. Muggle coroners would be unable to find a cause of death in such an attack, but the Ministry of Magic recognises the signs of the curse.
The Killing Curse has no counter-curse or blocking spell, although the green bolt may be dodged or blocked with solid objects. For instance, Albus Dumbledore once transfigured a statue from the Fountain of Magical Brethren to shield Harry Potter from Voldemort’s Killing Curse during the Battle of the Department of Mysteries. If the curse misses the victim and strikes an inanimate object instead, a small explosion at the point of impact results, which may start a fire of green flame.
Avada Kedavra stems from archaic Sanskrit words meaning “From life, nothing”. It has the opposite root meaning of the phrase “Abra Cadabra”, which means “From nothing, life”.
Avada Kedavra is on of the three unforgivable killing curses in Harry Potter. The Unforgivable Curses are the three most powerful and sinister spells known to the wizarding world, and are tools of the Dark Arts. They were first classified as Unforgivable in 1717.
Using any of these three curses on another human being carries a mandatory life term in Azkaban (unless there is sufficient evidence that the caster did so under the influence of the Imperius Curse). Aurors were permitted to use them during the First Wizarding War. Under Lord Voldemort’s regime in 1997-1998, the curses were made legal, though this was presumably repealed following Voldemort’s demise.
Hand-wrapped wire pendant comes with your choice of:
7 inches (bracelet)
16 inches choker length
18 inches at collarbone
20 inches just below collarbone
Please specify desired length in your order, otherwise I’ll send it with a default 18″ chain.
Most of the necklaces are photographed lowercase, however if you would like your words capitalized, just let me know!
This necklace is available in
+ Silver Stainless Steel (pictured, includes stainless chain and clasp)
+ 10 color options ($1.00) (includes stainless chain and clasp)
+Sterling Silver Plated ($5.00) (Includes sterling silver plated chain and clasp. This is my recommendation, as it’s the highest quality and longest lasting option.)
To order one of these additional options just select from the drop-down menu.
*If no special features are requested, you will receive the original stainless steel pendant on a stainless steel chain.*
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As with all handmade items created on a per-order basis, each piece is entirely unique. It will resemble the picture almost exactly, but not perfectly. Please allow for slight variations and artists license.
The price of the wire jewelry is determined per letter or per length of wire used, to ensure fairness of pricing.
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