One of only two handguns recovered from the wreck of the airship Hesperus. The gun itself is to say the least, not a weapon we'd want to see leave the collection easily- the large-bore barrels certainly indicate that this gun packed a rather massive amount of firepower. It would appear, that when functioning, power is drawn up through the chain, ad then focused in the aetheric collectors located above the barrels.
At some point, the former owner of this weapon also inscribed a few short phrases in latin just below the barrels:
"In die judicii, libera Peccatores, te roganus audi nos." or:
"On the Day of Judgement, we sinners beg you to hear us."
Media: plaster, a few vaccuum tubes, plastic tubing and grip (salvaged vacuum parts, of all things!) and brass chain.
This piece is available for private sale. No, I have no idea what to price it at. Make me an offer.