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El Infierno

El Infierno

Regular price $315.00 Sale price $236.25

This custom chainlink is inspired by the rich visual history of the Aztecs, with a detailed skull clasp resembling those used to signify a tzompantli. Loosely translating to wall of skulls, a tzompantli is a type of wooden rack used to publicly display human skulls, most often those belonging to individuals who had been ritually sacrificed. A bone-chilling account from one Spanish explorer estimated that the largest tzompantli was a towering 30 meters tall and had as many as 136,000 skulls adorning its rungs.

Handcrafted Sterling Silver. 

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Customer Reviews

Based on 90 reviews
As a gift

Bought this for my friend, he absolutely loves it

Love this, but upsizing recommended

My husband adores this, and it looks fantastic on. It's substantial and weighty, and looks really high quality. My only suggestion is that the description should include a note to upsize an inch. If you wear a 8, order a 9. The weave is so tight that it's needed.

Steven Owens
Solid all the way around!

Love this piece I just got. It’s my first bracelet from C&C, and they did not disappoint. The detail is incredible, the weight and shine are perfect. Hell yea boys, nice work!

Sadiel Diplan
Beautiful Byzantine style bracelet

This bracelet right here, is such a beauty it felt like I looked at a trove of gold when I unpacked the contents. This bracelet goes extremely well paired with Buzzard, and Trial by Fire in between them both.

Great Piece of Art and History

I picked up this piece along with the "Aztec" chain and the two compliment each other very well. The skull design and its reference to the "rack" in Aztec society is fascinating with great meaning. Overall the piece feels solid and doesn't rattle very much if at all; very nice quality.

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