Elizabethan Aziraphale and Crowley in the style of the 16th century miniaturist Nicholas Hilliard. Hilliard didn’t like chiascuro, or any sort of shadow really, which makes getting the resemblance quite hard. The lockets are genuine pieces I pulled from museum websites for mock-up only.
Aziraphale’s inscription: Si tabula daretur digna animum mallem. It translates to “if one could but paint his mind.”
Crowley’s inscription: Alget, qui non ardet. It translates to “he becomes cold who does not burn.”