Hand made carved pendant with "ODIN" inscription in a runic alphabet. From earliest times Odin was a war god, and he appeared in heroic literature as the protector of heroes; fallen warriors joined him in Valhalla. The wolf and the raven were dedicated to him. His magical horse, Sleipnir, had eight legs, teeth inscribed with runes, and the ability to gallop through the air and over the sea. Odin was the great magician among the Gods and was associated with runes. He was also the God of poets. In outward appearance he was a tall, old man, with flowing beard and only one eye (the other he gave in exchange for wisdom). He was usually depicted wearing a cloak and a wide-brimmed hat and carrying a spear. Odin was also called Woden, so there is little doubt that "Wednesday" comes from "Woden's day".
- Material European deer antler
- Height approx. 6 cm
- Hole for a cord 3 mm