You will find all kinds of silver replica jewellery from the many different historical cultures of Europe here with us. Will you spot the differences in artistic styles among the ancient Celts, and the Etruscans, Romans and other classical cultures? The Slavs and the Vikings had similar styles and their jewellry has been celebrated as some of Europe’s most beautiful, but don’t forget the Lombards: they also made very interesting ornaments set with precious gems during their heyday. While it’s really hard to choose among these treasures, we are especially proud of our wide selection of pieces depicting Thor’s Hammer (Mjölnir,Mjollnir). We also manufacture medieval, Renaissance and Baroque jewellery. We play with shapes and forms and love to get inspired by historical treasures in order to create truly original designer pieces that partake of the thrill of authentic historical discoveries.
Our jewellers take pride in using the very best materials available and maintaining the highest standards in their work. They understand that a good talisman has to have its own soul, so they make every piece with the expectation that wearers will probably keep them on their bodies for the rest of their lives. At this point we have become one of the world’s leading producers of reproductions of historical jewellery and we are trying to bring well-deserved fame back home to our Czech artisans.
Catalog number: SBR29
Your Price: 85.00 €
There are many bad, average or pretty good Thor Hammers on e-shops all over the world. But I am sure that this is piece is one of the best. And our customers know it :) Reproduction of a Mjolnir (Raven Head Thor Hammer) that was found in Scania, locality of Kabara, Sweden. Very big and heavy. Material: silver (925) and garnet. Size: 4 x 5 cm. Weight: cca 17 g. Hammer has hollow. Made by Wulflund.
Click the picture to see the photo of original find of this hammer.
Catalog number: FGJ61
No jewel is ordinary and the most valuable of them all should fulfill at least the following criteria: quality of workmanship, choice of materials and a original and interesting look. I dare to say, that this jewel meets these and even slightly more. A soul, a history, and it has been revealed to sometime around the year 1000 on the Baltic island of Gotland (now part of Sweden). It was originally a part of a large jewel necklace. According to the studies available on the internet, archaeologists believe that silver was imported from Slavic countries and crystals from Persia (Basra) or the Alpine areas. It is more likely that the origin is from Persia. The crystal is a symbol of nobility, purity and magical beauty.
Silver (925) has an estimated weight of 8 grams. Size approx 2.6 x 3.2 cm. Cast granulation.
Time passes, but in this case beauty remains - will be appreciated by women whether they are deeply interested in history or not. The chain is not included in the price. This jewel will never succumb to fashion trends.
Catalog number: SBR234
Fenrir - the Viking Wolf. Fenrir is the eldest son of the god Loki and the giantess Angrboda. The Gods have bound Fenrir, but his fate is to grow long enough, until the bonds loosen, and then he'll swollow Odin during Ragnarök. Jewel is inspirated by the viking art style Borre (named after the locality in Norway, IX. - X. century). Pendant is large (2.1. x 4 cm) and heavy (16 g of sterling silver - Ag 925). Wolf symbolizes the strength, endurance and the freedom.
Designed and manufactured by Wulflund (copyright). We have in offer also cheaper wolf's head pendant (in bronze, tin). This wolf's head pendant is one of our top products.
Catalog number: SBR237
Your Price: 160.00 €
Very heavy (cca 43 g) and massive silver viking bracelet. It is a replica of a real bracelet that was found on the isle of Gotland (Sweden), locality of Burg. Made by Wulflund.
Catalog number: FGJ186
Your Price: 0.00 €
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Catalog number: SBR398
Your Price: 59.00 €
TÓR, Thor's Hammer, silver pendant.
Catalog number: SBR303
Your Price: 52.00 €
Dreki - a sterling silver viking style pendant. Design is taken from the viking art style - Jellinge. Similar dragons can be seen on brooches, rune stones or wooden items. Height: 3.5 cm. Hole for a chain: 5 x 5 mm. Material: Ag 925, weight: 12 g. Designed by Kati.
Catalog number: FGJ120
Your Price: 83.00 €
There are many bad, average or pretty good Thor Hammers on e-shops all over the world. But I am sure that this piece is one of the best Thor's Hammers and our customers know it :) It is a perfect reproduction of Mjolnir (Raven Head Thor Hammer) that was found in Sweden, locality of Kabara, province of Scania, Sweden. Material: Sterling silver Ag925. Very big in size of 4 x 5 cm. We are proud that this hammer is made by Wulflund. Original model was made using the filigree and granulation method. Cheap worldwide shipping from 5 USD. Weight: 17 g.
Click the picture to see the photo of original find of this hammer.
Catalog number: SBR305
Your Price: 69.00 €
Naturalistic sterling silver pendant of a Norse wolf - Fenrir. Warg, in Norse mythology is refered to as an evil, wolf-like creature (Probably Fenrir and his sons Sköll and Hati). Pendant is large (2.2. x 4 cm) and heavy (14 g).
Wolf symbolizes the strength, endurance and the freedom. Made by Wulflund.
Catalog number: SBR06
Silver ring with heads of viking wolves. Diameter of this ring is adjustable. Design of a wolf's head is taken from a Wolf's Cross - Thor's Hammer that was found in Iceland (locality of Fossi, X.-XI. Century). Weight: 4 - 5 g. Manufactured by Wulflund.
Catalog number: SBR360
Your Price: 39.00 €
Freya - silver pendant inspired by a find from Revninge in Denmark (9th century). It is quite a recent find from 2014.
The body of the figurine is two-dimensional which is often the case, however the head is very unusual as it is 3D. Through the head there is a small hole, which shows that this Lady has been worn as a hanging decorative amulet. Size: 1.5 x 2.9 cm. Weight: 6 g.
Now you can see the original jewel in Vikingemuseet Ladby, Denmark.
Catalog number: SBR142
Your Price: 265.00 €
Handmade Silver Wolf Torc that is made of plaited silver rods of different thickness. It is terminated by Wolf's heads that were made after Icelandic Thor's Hammer, so called Wolf Cross. Weight cca 85 g.
Catalog number: FGJ202
Your Price: 25.00 €
Lion with a royal crown. Sterling silver pendant. Size: 1 x 2.9 cm. Hidden bale pendant (4 x 6 mm).
Catalog number: SBR268
Your Price: 33.00 €
Reproduction of a viking pendant from Gnezdovo (Smolensk, Russia). Jewel was a part of a Gnezdovo terasure and was discovered near the river of Dnieper. This river was frequently used by the viking traders and warriors.
Material: sterling silver. Size: 2.6 x 3.7 cm. Size of a hole for chains: 7 x 3.5 mm. Manufactured by Wulflund.
Weight: 5,9 g.
Catalog number: FGJ239
Your Price: 28.00 €
So called Troll Cross is a strong protective symbol of the old Scandinavian folklore. It should protect you against trolls and other creatures that lurk in the forest. This pendant protects the wearer against evil in general - protects people, animals and homes.
The pendant is based on the rune called Othila: a strong Germanic rune, which translates as "heritage". It is related to its ancestors and to its country.
Size: 2 x 3.5 cm. Weight: 5g. Material: Ag 925.
Catalog number: SBR417
Your Price: 48.00 €
Silver replica of a Thor’s Hammer which has been discovered in Norway. It was found by Magne Øksnes in 2016. Mjollnir is decorated with punched circle motifs. Size: 24 x 34 mm. It probably dates from the 9th or 10th centuries CE. Material: sterling silver.
Catalog number: SBR267
Your Price: 26.00 €
Valknut - sterling silver viking pendant. Size: 2.5 x 2.8 cm. Weight approx. 5 g. Hidden bale system.
Well known viking symbol from runic stones (for example: Tängelgårda stone on the island of Gotland, Sweden, VII. Century). In Norse mythology, valkut with its nine points, symbolizes the nine viking worlds, and concurrently is the symbol of the Æsir faith.