Splendors and Glooms Symbols & Objects

Laura Amy Schlitz
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Phoenix Stone

The phoenix stone is a blood opal that was cursed by its first owner when she was burned for being a witch. Everyone who has owned the stone has been driven insane and suffered a death by fire. However, if the stone is stolen by a child, one with the same birthdate as the original owner, the curse is transferred to the child. It is for this reason Cassandra attempts to encourage either Lizzie Rose or Parsefall to steal the stone. Instead, it is Clara who takes the stone and destroys it.

Emerald Necklace

Parsefall gives Lizzie Rose an emerald necklace he stole from Cassandra’s room as a Christmas present.

Sapphire Necklace

On her birthday, Clara receives a necklace with a sapphire in the center. The necklace is a locket that contains hair from her four deceased siblings, another reminder of the tragedy of...

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