Thor's hammer known as the wolf cross, was found in a Icelandic location known as Fossi (10. - 11. century A.D) tells us, that the vikings from Iceland were still very tied to their homeland somewhere on a wooded Scandinavian peninsula, as no wolves inhabited Iceland. The original is exhibited in the National museum of Iceland, in Reykjavik. This specific hammer of Thor, also goes by the name "wolf cross". Our reproduction is more animalistic - Fenrir, the Viking wolf. Size: 2.2 x 4.1 cm. Material: tin alloy. Similar zoomorphic pendants were found also in Norway.