ESQUIMAUX CTHULHU FETISH

“But just now of prime significance was the fetish which this cult had cherished, and around which they danced when the aurora leaped high over the ice cliffs. It was, the professor stated, a very crude bas-relief of stone, comprising a hideous picture and some cryptic writing. And so far as he could tell, it was a rough parallel in all essential features of the bestial thing now lying before the meeting.”-The Call of Cthulhu , H.P. Lovecraft

Third in our series of limited edition props from the legendary Lovecraft tale, “The Call of Cthulhu”, The Esquimaux Cthulhu Fetish was first observed by Professor William Channing Webb during anthropological studies in Greenland in 1860. Professor Webb encountered a devilish tribe of Esquimaux who danced around the ancient fetish and chanted the strange phrase, “Ph’nglui mglw’nafh Cthulhu R’lyeh wgah’nagl fhtagn.”

After further study, it appears that the Esquimaux Cthulhu Fetish was once part of a larger relief sculpture of some kind; however its location and origin are still unknown.

Available in a limited run of only 100 pieces, The Esquimaux Cthulhu Fetish is hand cast in solid resin and individually signed and numbered by artist Jason McKittrick.

Includes Miskatonic University Special Collections Department artifact catalogue photo. (pictured below)

Measures: 5.25” x 5.75”

$50 + shipping





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