Cherubim, or cherubs, are angelic attendants of God. They are ranked second highest in the ninefold angelic celestial hierarchy, falling below only the Seraphim. The more commonly known representation of cherubs in art is that of winged, chubby, beautiful children; meant to convey innocent souls. We’ve manifested these cherubim as caryatid, usually female figures serving as an architectural support in classical style buildings. Keeping in line with our theme of classical Greek architecture, used throughout the Ides Of March Collection. Amygdala is a weighty ceremonial knife, worthy of a king's funeral. Features ivory and soft granite cherubs in hand marbled and cast polymer resin and a gold-plated rosary crucifix. Double-sided stainless steel blade. From the Ides of March collection.