#1226: The boar was a symbol of warlike fierceness in Viking times. Viking helms were often
decorated with a boar. This is a stylized boar pendant in the Celtic or Viking tradition. It's just over 2" long
and 1 3/8" wide. The price in silver is $55, and in bronze it is $20.
#NV16; Here is the famous Mammen Axe rendered
as a pendant. It's three dimentional with a pattern on each side. It's
about 2" long and an inch high.
The price in silver is $45,
and in bronze it is $24.
Gullrum Comb Pendant
Everyday items were often depicted in jewelry, and here is a comb pendant.
It's about 1 1/2 inches wide, and 1 1/4 inches high. The
original was found in Gullrum, Gotland. Imported from Sweden, $29.
Eldsberg Flintstriker Pendant
Here's another everyday item, the characteristic Viking Age firestriker. It's about 1 1/2" wide
and fabricated in silver as a combination of repoussé and wire work. Imported from Sweden, $40.
This is a forged iron arrowhead, replicated in silver or bronze. About 3" long, it actually
has the socket for the arrow shaft, and could be mounted on an arrow if you like (3/8" shaft). It would
be just the thing for a bit of period vampire hunting.
It could also be considered a minature spearhead as a symbol of Odin.
In silver the price is $40, and in bronze it is $20.
In Viking times small whetstones were often worn as pendants. These are reproductions
of whetstone pendants found in a Viking Age ship wreck at Kalåstad, Norway. Similar pendants
have been found in York, Birka, and Gotland. They are cut from Jasper, the cutting action
somewhere between hard black Arkensas and translucent Arkansas stones.
That means they are very fine, and suitable for final edge and polish rather than
removing nicks from a damaged blade. They vary in color and size, but are mostly
muted reds and greens, and about 3" tall, 11/16" wide, and 1/4" thick. Some of them
are quite striking, but I expect the best sharpening would be achieved with the plainer ones.
If you let me know your preference I'll try to oblige. Each comes with a string and descriptive
packaging. Imported from Sweden, the price is $15.
Runic Direction Wheel
#5128; "A charm to see you safely there and back." The four quarters
direction wheel, with runes to mark the directions. It's about 1 1/4" in
In silver $45, in bronze $15.
#5012; A very early Nordic symbol representing the sun and the four quarters.
The points of this rendition are terminated with the open "Trishulas" of the
triple goddess. Sometimes worn by Celtic Christians as well as Heathens, it has a simple elegance.
Bronze is $15, silver is $30.
#5129; Another very early Nordic symbol representing the four quartered sun,
this time traveling across the sky in her boat. Inspired by the Bronze age rock carvings from Bohuslän, Sweden, this piece is about 1 1/2" tall and just over an inch wide.
In silver $30. in bronze $15.
Raven Solar Wheel
#3102; Here's a Solar Wheel with one of Odin's ravens. It's a little over
The price is $25 in silver, and $15 in bronze.
Eagle Solar Wheel
#3101; and another with an eagle, about 1 3/8" high.
In silver $25, in bronze $15.
Wolf Solar Wheel
#3100; Here's yet another with a wolf.
In silver $25, in bronze $15.
Double headed bird of prey,
or Midgard Serpent. (1.56"H)
#NV11; The price is (out of stock) in silver,
and $25 in bronze.
#5603; Here's one for the berserkers out there. It's about 1 1/2"
high, and 1 1/4" wide.
The price in silver is $45, and in bronze it is $15
This is an image found wherever the Norse traveled, from Dublin to Kiev.
It is still in widespread use today as protection charm for travelers. It is painted on the ends of Gipsy
and Tinker wagons, and has appeared on traveling boxes since the Viking Age. The image is of Fenris
bound, seemingly by his own tongue. The pose is typical, with the head twisted backward so he is
looking over his shoulder, and the tongue entangling the feet.
#5108; This medallion is the result of a chance encounter with an Irish hitchhiker. He was wearing a medallion
that was obviously ancient, and of interesting design. He said it had been in his family for at least 200
years, and had been passed down from eldest son to eldest son. Since he was traveling to America, his
father gave him the medallion for protection on the journey. Although it was well worn, this is what that
medallion might have looked like when it was new. (1.2" dia.)
The price is $45 in silver, and $15 in bronze.
#5107; The same image is available in a solid medalion without the cut outs.
The price is $45 in silver, and $15 in bronze.
#5142; The Irminsul is the World Tree of the Germanic peoples, especially the Anglo-Saxons.
The tree, or pillar of Irmin, points steadfastly toward the North Star shown above. It's about an inch and
a half high, without the suspension loop.
The price in silver is $35,
in bronze $15.
#5120; The design is taken from a Norse coin depicting a Viking ship
prow. The shape is typical of "hack silver", coins or other
objects that were cut up to make change. Transactions were conducted by
weight, and pieces were often cut to make an exact amount.(1.58" wide)
The price is $30 in silver, and $15 in bronze.
Silver Bear Claws
Many cultures wore bear claws. The Vikings wore them as a sign of
strength in battle. Other cultures wore them as a sign of skill in hunting.
These are exceptionally nice castings, about 1 3/4" tall. The loop is large enough for
either a chain or leather thong.
In silver, $60.
#5132; The Glory Twigs pendant is an open casting that represents a bind rune
containing the entire Futhark. It's a bit over an inch and a half tall.
The price in silver
is $25, and in bronze $10
#5134; The Midgard Serpent depicted biting his own tail, about one inch
The price in silver is $30, in bronze it is $10.
#5135; The Midgard Serpent twisted into an infinity symbol. It's about 5/8"
wide and 2" high with the suspension loop.
The price in silver is $35, in bronze it is $15.
#5133; A Viking Dragon done in the round with nice detail and good weight.
It's about 3/4" wide, and 2 1/2" high with the suspension loop.
The price is $35 in silver, in bronze it is $15.
Axe Knot Dragon
#5136; A knotwork dragon twisted into the shape of an axe, again done in
the round with nice datail. It's about 1 3/8" wide, and 2" high.
The price in silver is $40, and in bronze it is $20.
Hammer and Anvil
#2026; The symbolism of the Hammer and Anvil is widespread. Here's a small
Hammer and Anvil pendant done in the full round. It's about 1" tall including the suspension
loop, and about 7/8" long. Done in silver, the price is $25, bronze is $12.
Lur horns are huge bronze horns used for signaling down the fjord
or from ship to ship. They sound a little like Alpine horns. The low pitch
travels great distances. The Danish National Museum has the sound of these
horns piped into one of the Viking exhibits. The sound is deep and eerie.
It's guaranteed to send shivers up your spine! You really
wouldn't want to live in a lonely Irish coastal village, and hear
that sound from the sea on a foggy morning!
Here's one that was found in peat bog in Denmark, and is currently in the
These are also cast in Danish Fine silver in Denmark. The single
horns are out of stock. The small double horns are $8.50 (about .6" tall) and the large double horns are out of stock as well.
Again, don't forget to check out the most important Norse Pendant, the
Thor's Hammer, which has its own page.
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