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FORGED SLAVIC SPEAR - replica

Catalog number: OSL06

Your Price: 150.00 €

   

A hand-forged Early Medieval spear (Vikings, Slavs). The price also includes rivets and a butt.

  • Length: 55 cm

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GARNET PENDANT, RUSSIA, silver 925, 13 g

Catalog number: FGJ66

Your Price: 89.00 €

   

Spectacular Large Silver Pendant with Garnet. Inspired by a find from Smolensk, Russia, the 10th century. When you look closely you will notice 3 lunulae, a typical feminity symbol of fertility and abundance. Bail on the reverse. Casted granulation.

  • Material sterling silver, garnet (almandine)
  • Weight 16.9 g
  • Size 4 cm in diamete


Slavic Jewellery Jewelry Silver
Museum Replica of Silver Pendant, Russia, Smolensk

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ROD, Slavic Deity Statue, carved from three sides

Catalog number: OSL83

Your Price: 79.00 €

   

Rod is considered to be the Common Slavonic God, the creator of all life and existence.  ROD in Slavic language means - the TRIBE or the FAMILY.

In detail handcarved from all four sizes and in the front, on right and left sides there are carved other Slavic Pagan Gods - Perun and Veles.  Carved figures at the bottom represent Slavic unity - Slavonic people.  Size circa 4.0 x 6.0 x 34 cm.

GOD ROD SLAVIA

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DAZBOG, carved deer antler talisman

Catalog number: OSL88

Your Price: 22.00 €

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SLAVIC GOD DAZBOG - god of the Sun. Hand carved talisman from the deer antler. Every pendant is an original and the shape depends on the shape of the antler. Dazbog is a Slavic god of the sun and the giver of life. Its interesting, that according to some researchers, he has common Indo-European roots - dag - conceivably even with the Celtic god Dagda, which also gives life (using Dagda's pot). Size approx. 6.5 cm.

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Viking Age Costume Guide by Pieter J. Pierot

Catalog number: BCD107

Your Price: 19.50 €

   

Drawings and descriptions used herein were created for over 20 years by one of today's Jomsvikings. Knowledge, passion and experience intertwine to form clear and evocative images that will help anyone quickly and accurately find clues to the complex issue of the Viking Age costumes. This applies to both contemporary Vikings and to all lovers of history.

In English, 142 pages. Triglav.

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Perun, Slavic God, artificial stone

Catalog number: WST44

Your Price: 39.00 €

   

Perun - mighty Slavic God of Thunder.

Height: 22 cm.  Material: hand painted artificial stone, the original model for this product was hand carved.  Made by Wulflund.

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VESNA, Slavic Goddess of youth and life

Catalog number: SBH14

Your Price: 16.00 €

   

Vesna is the Goddess of youth and life, but also the Goddess of unbridled love and spring in Slavic mythology. She is associated with the birch tree, which of all the forest trees sprouts first. The word "Vesna" still means "spring" in some Slavic languages. Vesna is also associated with the first spring storm. Perun looks into the beautiful eyes of Vesna and suddenly drops his spear.

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These figurines are the original work of Serbian sculptor Jovan Petronijevic and they are a part of the unique chess set inspired by Slavic mythology, but you can have them separately, as a beautiful and original souvenir. Made of resin, hand painted and patinated, 13 cm high. Each has it's own original packaging.

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TRIGLAV, Slavic, God, figure

Catalog number: SBH17

Your Price: 16.00 €

   

Triglav is a God with distinguished features of a warrior, protector of the Earth, Heavens and Hades. His strength comes from the three deities he consists of – Svarog, Perun and Svetovid. His attributes are a sword, a spear, a saddle, a horn and a barrel. It was believed that his spear has magical powers and that it brings safety and victory to the tribe.
At the temples dedicated to Triglav, his statues were clothed with garments that the priest would sometimes put on. A huge sword dominated statues of Triglav, symbolizing his great strength. During the holy days, Triglav's ceremonial horse, tall fiery black horse was used for divination and prophecy. During christianization Triglav’s three heads were explained as the Trinity and by doing so, in some parts, they put him on a throne of supreme deity.

About sculptures:

These figurines are the original work of Serbian sculptor Jovan Petronijevic and they are a part of the unique chess set inspired by Slavic mythology, but you can have them separately, as a beautiful and original souvenir. Made of resin, hand painted and patinated, 13 cm high. Each has it's own original packaging.

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MORANA, Slavic Goddess of death

Catalog number: SBH19

Your Price: 16.00 €

   

Morana is a part of a continuous cycle of life and death. She comes from nowhere and she’s not going anywhere, she has been present since the begining of time, and will be here as long as it exists, inextricably bonded to Svarog, as an antipode to the one who creates life... life that she would, when the time comes, take to the realm of the dead, world our ancestors - to Nav. Thus she does by sailing in the boat made of walnut tree, known as the tree of the dead in Slavic mythology.

Many rivers throughout the Slavic world (such as the Morava and Moravica) bear her name, because Morana reigns over rivers and seas.

Morana is also known as the Goddess of winter and she was expected with fear by the Slavs and her departure was celebrated loudly and joyfully, with many rituals – the most common one was making the straw puppet representing this goddess for the people to hit with sticks, throw into the water or burn and in this manner ritually destroy Winter. In March, another ritual connected to Morana would be performed. A procession of masked people would be organized to scare and chase away Morana.

Morana is probably the most powerful deity of all, but she is not evil ... She is the deity of inevitable, of what must be. There is no escape from her, and no one can question her power  - She likes warriors and farmers and all mankind, for we are all mortal, and all of us eventually end up in her arms.

About sculptures:

These figurines are the original work of Serbian sculptor Jovan Petronijevic and they are a part of the unique chess set inspired by Slavic mythology, but you can have them separately, as a beautiful and original souvenir. Made of resin, hand painted and patinated, 13 cm high. Each has it's own original packaging.

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DAŽBOG, Slavic God of Sun, figure

Catalog number: SBH21

Your Price: 16.00 €

   

DAJBOG - The Giving God. Dajbog is one of the sons of Svarog, the Sungod, the one who gives light, rain and fertility – everything that is good. The Slavs believed that Dajbog travels the heavens every day in a magical quadriga yoked with four white horses with fiery manes and golden wings, and that the sunlight comes from the fiery shield that Dajbog carries with Him. At night he would die and go to the Underworld, in order to be resurrected in the morning. Also, it was believed that Dajbog spends summer months in our, real world, giving us Sun, while in the winter he goes down into Nav.

He had a magnificent posture, beautiful golden hair and sky blue eyes nothing could be hidden from. Serbs would represent Dajbog as a quiet, gentle and good-natured old man with white hair and beard, with a jerkin around his shoulders and with a rod in his hand. It is believed that he was the incarnation of the white wolf, our mythical ancestor and the supreme god from the ages of animism, so the wolf was his faithful companion.

About sculptures:

These figurines are the original work of Serbian sculptor Jovan Petronijevic and they are a part of the unique chess set inspired by Slavic mythology, but you can have them separately, as a beautiful and original souvenir. Made of resin, hand painted and patinated, 13 cm high. Each has it's own original packaging.

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Hip Flask, Gromoviti Znaci

Catalog number: LBO27

Your Price: 59.00 €

   

Stainless hip flask in leather cover with a Slavic symbol of Gromoviti Znaci -  ideal for slivovice - plum brandy, a typical Czech spirit

  • Volume: 0.2 l
  • Size: 10 x 12 cm
  • Made in Serbia

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VELES, Slavic God of animals and forests, statue, large

Catalog number: SBH24

Your Price: 25.00 €

   

The cult of Veles is very strong and dominant. Apart from Perun, he was the only Slav deity worshiped by all Slavs. His cult survived for a long time with Slavs from the Balcans and the Carpathians. Veles is a God of earth, son of God Rod, the patron of cattlemen and farmers, in charge of crops, fields and animals, domestic and wild. Slavs depended on Veles for whatever they would do.

He was represented as a strong young man with bull's horns on his head, but also as an old man, with long beard and a stick in his hand. As a god of beasts he was represented as a bear, symbol of a forest king to the Slavs, patron of the forest animals, fruits and the forest itself. He was celebrated at harves time, seed time and grazing. Spiritual forces attributed to Veles were dragons; places of his cult were, apart from temples, fields, pastures, cattle pens and graveyards. The rites included carnivals, imitating wolves and making oaths. His symbol was a stick, but also grass, wolf, black cock and domestic animals.

These figurines are the original work of Serbian sculptor Jovan Petronijevic, they are a part of a unique chess set inspired by Slavic mythology. You can have them separately, as a beautiful and original souvenir. Hand painted and patinated.

  • Material resin
  • Height 15 cm

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Hip Flask, KOLOVRAT

Catalog number: LBO28

Your Price: 59.00 €

   

Stainless hip flask in leather cover with a Slavic symbol of KOLOVRAT.

  • Volume: 0.2 l
  • Size: 10 x 12 cm
  • Made in Serbia

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KOLOVRAT, SLavic Pendant, tin, Serbia, ROD

Catalog number: CPE219

Your Price: 6.00 €

   

Kolovrat, Sun wheel of Svarog - a symbol of the Sun, Life, and the constant circulation of nature and the Universe. It can be found in nearly all ancient religions, especially Slavic. Our ancestors used to wear Kolovrat around their necks, sew on their clothing and war flags and carve on their arms, believing that the Sun would bring victory and glory, and often it would be so. Solar spinning wheel can rotate clockwise or counterclockwise and can be displayed in a circle, thus symbolizing the eternal movement of the Universe.

  • 2.9 cm
  • Rod - Serbia

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PERUN, Slavic God, magnet

Catalog number: fig136

Your Price: 9.00 €

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Perun is the mightiest of Slavic Gods, God of princesses and knights, invincible warrior, the creator of thunder and lightning. He maintains order in the Universe, grants victory in a battle and protects the state and the rulers. Of all the gods, he has the closest relationship with the mankind, and as a very powerful God he was honored even by non-Slavic people.

He rules the natural phenomena such as rain, lightning, thunder, clouds and hail and uses them to influence people's lives. He is often linked to the cults of water, trees and stones. Perun's weapons are rod, bow, arrows (lightnings) and axe which is his most significant mark. He is represented as an eldrely man, with silver-gray hair and golden beard. It was believed that the thunder was, in fact, the sound of him riding his battle gig across the heavens. Thursday is the day dedicated to Perun. On that day, the priests used to consecrate oak trees and light fires to protect people from lightning. Perun's flower is the blue iris (perunika), as well as plants such as oak, sage, nettle, hazelnut, wheat and houseleek.

  • Material resin
  • Made in Serbia by Rod

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PERUNIKA, silver earrings

Catalog number: FGJ244

Your Price: 33.00 €

   

Perunika (Iris) is the symbol of Perun, God of Thunder, the most powerful God in Slavic pantheon. Glorious knights in Slavic history wore this symbol on their chest as it was believed to evoke hidden powers. Warriors wore the talisman with pride, our ancestors also regarded it as the best protection against the destructive powers of nature (thunder and lightning). The Slavs have been decorating their homes with the Perunika ornaments until today.

  • Material: sterling silver 
  • Size: 1.5 x 3.2 cm
  • Weight: 5.6g/pair

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LUNICA, silver earrings

Catalog number: FGJ247

Your Price: 19.00 €

   

Beautiful typically female jewelry. Lunula (luna, the moon) could signify many things to our ancestors – fertility and growth, protection against evil, a young girl (a virgin) or an enchantress. A discovery of a Roman casting mold, with a phallus and a lunula mold side by side, suggests, that the moon was seen as a female symbol in general.

  • Sterling silver
  • Size: 1.6 x 2.7 cm
  • Weight: 2g / pair

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KOLOVRAT, silver earrings

Catalog number: FGJ249

Your Price: 18.00 €

   

Kolovrat, Sun wheel of Svarog - a symbol of the Sun, life, and the constant circulation of nature and the Universe. This symbol is found in nearly all ancient religions, within the Slavic mythology it is 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.

  • Material: sterling silver
  • Size: 1.6 x 3.5 cm
  • Weight: 3 g/pair

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