A sculpture of Excalibur in the stone. The words are in Latin.
QUI HUNC GLADIUM ERUERE IURE REX ANGLIAE NATUS. -Translated from Google Translator
The whole thing sits on a small wooden jewelry box. The sword can be removed from the "stone". At some point I may plan to buy a music box that would play "Camelot" from the musical.
"And when matins and the first mass was done, there was seen in the churchyard, against the high altar, a great stone four square, like unto a marble stone; and in midst thereof was like an anvil of steel a foot on high, and therein stuck a fair sword naked by the point, and letters there were written in gold about the sword that said thus: - Whoso pulleth out this word of this stone and anvil, is rightwise king born of all England." -quoted from Le Morte D'Arthur by Sir Thomas Malory
Made with Original Sculpey, Super Sculpey, Citadel: Glade grass, and professional-grade acrylic.