Catalog number: SBR584
Your Price: 200.00 €
Celtic Boar Gold Pendant. Inspired by an artefact found at the Loire River, France. Wild boar is, besides birds of prey, the most frequently depicted animal in Celtic art. This indicates that it had a special significance in society. The available archaeological and numismatic evidence also strongly suggests that boar hunts may have played an important role in Iron Age warrior initiations, forming part of the "rite of passage" rituals.
Catalog number: SBR583
Your Price: 370.00 €
Griffin GOLD Pendant. The griffin (also griffon or gryphon) is a legendary creature with the body, tail and back legs of a lion, its wings and head belong to an eagle. Like fenix it is associated with rebirth.
Catalog number: SBR582
Your Price: 500.00 €
Gold SLAVIC SUN WHEEL PENDANT of Kolovrat, also known as Kolowrat or Collowrath, is in the Modern age considered a panslavic pagan symbol of the Sun. The symbol can be found in architecture and on embroidery and pottery in most Slavic countries. Its massive expansion is the matter of the last century and is perhaps proof of a continuous friendship of Slavic nations and their knowledge of the common history. The pendant is proudly worn by Slavs and their descendants around the world.
This large pendant can be worn on either side so it is both clockwise and anticlockwise. Wulflund is the author of the design and we are happy to offer wholesale discounts to potential sellers.
Catalog number: SBR581
Your Price: 340.00 €
THOR'S HAMMER Gold Replica of a hammer from Romersdal, Denmark, which is exhibited at the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen. Thor's Hammer, or Mjöllnir, is God Thor's magical weapon. The hammer is unbreakable, it always hits the target and then comes back to the owner's hand. The hammer flies through the sky in the form of a lightning. The word Mjöllnir means "grinder or crusher". To be able to handle the hammer Thor wears a pair of iron gloves and a strength belt. The mjöllnir amulets were worn by the Norse seamen and warriors.
Photo of the original Viking archaeological find.
Catalog number: SBR580
Your Price: 430.00 €
Gold CZECH DOUBLE TAILED LION Pendant. This noble animal has featured on the Coat of Arms of Bohemia since the 12th century. According to a legend a son of a Czech prince called Bruncvík (Brunswick) decided to gain a more noble symbol for his coat of arms. He travelled the world with his retinue where he encountered and fought various exotic beasts. On one occasion he saved a lion's life by killing a terrible dragon. For this deed he was awarded a symbol of a lion for the Czech coat of arms.
Catalog number: SBR579
Your Price: 300.00 €
Troll Cross Gold Viking Amulet. So called Troll Cross is a strong protective symbol of the old Scandinavian folklore against trolls and other creatures that lurk in the forest. This pendant protects the wearer, animals and homes against evil in general. The pendant is based on the rune called Othila: a strong Germanic rune, which translates as "heritage".
Catalog number: SBR578
Your Price: 400.00 €
Gold CELTIC Crow Pendant with a Newgrange Spiral. The Celtic Godesses Badb, Macha and Nemain are associated with crows and ravens as well as Nantosuelta, the Gaulish Water and Healing Goddess.
Newgrange (Sí an Bhrú, Ireland) is over 5.000 years old prehistoric monument North of Dublin, that predates the Stonehenge and the Egyptian pyramids.
Catalog number: SBR577
Your Price: 420.00 €
Gold Roman Phallic Pendant, crafted on the basis of an artefact discovered in Rome (2nd-3rd century CE). These pendants were widespread in the whole Roman Empire with the largest collection found in the Roman settlement Camulodunum (now in England). It is a fairly universal amulet protecting the wearer against evil forces and bestowing him or her with stregth and virility. Phallic pendants were frequently worn by Roman legionaries as well as children.
Catalog number: SBR576
Your Price: 360.00 €
Valknut Gold Viking Pendant. The Valknut (pronounced “VAL-knoot”) is one of the most widely discussed yet enigmatic of all of the Norse mythological symbols. It appears on several runestones and pictorial memorial stones from the Viking Age on the Swedish island of Gotland, as well as on artefacts from the Oseberg burial mound in Norway. The enigma of this symbol is its real meaning. Valknut is a modern day name meaning “knot of those fallen in battle” and was introduced by Norwegians who lived long after the Viking Age.
Catalog number: SBR575
Your Price: 360.00 €
KOLOVRAT with GARNET Gold Slavic Pendant. A unique piece of jewellery as it is probably the first one in the world combining the symbol of Kolovrat with jewellery making methods of granulation and filigree that were very popular in early Slavic Empires, such as the Moravia Magna Empire.
The Kolovrat (Kolowrat, Collowrath) symbol is in the Modern Age considered a panslavic pagan symbol of the Sun. The symbol can be found in architecture, on embroidery and pottery from the Early Slavic period in most Slavic countries. Its massive popularity today is the matter of the last century.
We are the author of the design and we are happy to offer wholesale discounts to re-sellers.
Catalog number: SBR574
Your Price: 510.00 €
AXE OF PERUN Golden Slavic Pendant, replica of a talisman that is also known as "hatchet amulet". It is an archaeological artifact that was worn as a pendant and shaped like a battle axe. It was found in parts of Scandinavia, Russia, Belarus and Ukraine.
Perun is the pre-Christian God of Thunder and Lightning, the highest God of the Slavic pantheon. Some experts connect the amulet to the Norse culture.
The photo of the original archaeological find from Poland, 10th century.
Catalog number: SBR573
Your Price: 450.00 €
Golden Pendant of Mighty Slavic God of Thunder and Sky, Perun. The design of the pendat is inspired by an artefact depicting the God Perun surrounded by rays and also by illustrations of Bohemian artist Mikolas Ales. Our Perun featues a hood - symbol of spirituality, moustache - representing knowledge and the Sun beams - symbol of divinity.