Mjöllnir is a magical weapon, which belongs to the god Thor. According to the legend, the hammer can only be held by Thor himself and Magni, his son, who has to wear a pair of magical gloves and a belt with it. Mjöllnir means "crusher". Material: white metal. Size: 3,5 cm.
A common Irish design. Three faces, three different characters. Cats are seen as spiritual guardians as well as omens - especially black cats. Some people consider cats as the sign of the Devil, but others deeply treasure these independent animals. In ancient Egypt, they were worshipped as gods (e…
Cúchulainn is an Irish folk legend (hero of Ulster in the Ulster Cycle). Cúchulainn was almost undefeatable in battle thanks to his spear (Gáe Bulg) and for this he can be compared to the Norse berserkers or Celtic fanatic Gaesats. Material white metal Size of pendant 2 cm
"Large war talisman" a kabbalistic magical shield, protecting against harm and suffering, ensuring safety at war and during serving. The magical power was supposed to protect against stray bullets and accidentally torn wounds. It also allows you to escape revenge and avoid the pitfalls of the enemy…
Inspired by real Scandinavian motive (from Vadstena). We can only imagine what this amulet was used for. Within the rune circle, there are animals or wraiths, with which the Vikings met on their journeys to the unknown. Pendant has 3 cm in diameter. Material: brass.
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…
ARBOR VITAE double sided pendant. The Tree of Life and trees in general carry a deep sacred meaning in many world religions and mythologies. Human beings, observing the growth and death of trees, and the annual death and revival of their blooms and foliage, have often seen them as powerful…