Inspired by Brian McClellan's fantasy series The Powder Mage™ trilogy, the Badali Jewelry artists have designed and created the Powder Keg Pin™. Each pin is skillfully crafted in sterling silver, carefully hand finished, and individually inspected for the highest quality by our staff. The Powder Keg Pin is an officially licensed Powder Mage replica with Brian McClellan.
A Powder Mage has the magical ability to manipulate and draw strength from common gunpowder. This power produces extraordinary marksmen who can hit their targets from impossibly long distances. The mark of a true Powder Mage is their silver Powder Keg Pin. The pin is awarded to those strong enough to be inducted into Field Marshal Tamas’s™ faction, the Powder Cabal. The pin is worn above the heart and gives the wearer carte blanche within the Adran™ army, as well as the respect and fear of the militaries of the Nine Nations™.
The pin is cast in sterling silver and attaches with two lapel pin posts, includes nickel plated scatter clutch backs. The Powder Keg Pin measures approximately 28 mm (just under 1 1/8") long, 19.2 mm (3/4") wide, and 1.6 (1/16") thick. The pin weighs approximately 6.2 grams. The back of the pin is textured, stamped with our copyright hallmark, and stamped with the metal content (Sterling); ensuring the pin is made of the finest metals.
The Powder Keg Pin is available with a black antiquing finish - as photographed, or a plain silver finish - just the metal, no treatment.
We are a cast-to-order company and cast every Tuesday and Thursday. Please allow 5 to 7 days from the next casting date for production of this item. Orders placed before 3pm MST Monday or Wednesday will be included in the following day's cast. Feel free to contact us for the anticipated production time for your Powder Mage jewelry.
This item comes packaged in a jewelry box with a card of authenticity.
"The Powder Mage", "Promise of Blood", "The Crimson Campaign", "The Autumn Republic", "Adran", "Field Marshal Tamas", "Nine Nations", "Powder Keg Pin", the characters, and places therein are trademarks © 2011 by Brian McClellan. All Rights Reserved.