In this category, you can find currently stocked goods that we consider extra interesting and worth more detailed inspection. Most goods here are our production, some are imported so we can offer them at competitive prices. In any case, reduced price doesn't mean lower quality, on the contrary, these goods should be regarded as a selection of merchandise that represent us.
Catalog number: FGJ190
Wolf pendant. Size: 2.8 x 3 cm. Material: sterling silver. Hidden bale system.
Catalog number: CMA16
Riveted Chainmail Coif
ring diameter: 8 mm
wire thickness: 1.2 mm
wire cross section: round
finish Ring: none - oiled
Catalog number: FGQ130
Irish Spirals - silver pendant. Material: Ag 925. Weight: cca 7 g. Size: 2.2 cm.
This is a very common and well known motif in many of the findings in Ireland and Britain. The three worlds are shown on this motif as part of a whole. Almost identical motifs were found in the illuminated Book of Durrow, as well as the famous Book of Kells (VIII. Century). Identical motif is included on the brooch of Tara (County Meath, Ireland, VIII. Century) and brooches from Lagor (Ireland). This triskel dates back to VI. century decorative part of the pot (ie. escutcheon), England (Hitchin, Hertfordshire).
Catalog number: SDA49
Battle ready replica of a dagger. Material: spring steel CSN 14 260, hardness approx. 50 - 52 HRC. Our dagger an exact replica of an original dagger - now in private ownership. Sword mark: Wulflund.
Overall length: 53 cm, length of the blade: 33 cm, width of the guard: 12.5 cm, width of the blade: 1,7 cm, weght: 0,7 kg.
Catalog number: VPE91
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 massive. Wolf symbolizes the strength, endurance and the freedom.
Material: hand casted tin (silver plated and black finished). Designed and manufactured by Wulflund (copyright). This wolf's head pendant is one of our top products.
Catalog number: RAS51
Battle ready replica of a dussack, Southern Germany, end of the XVI. century. Sword is made in high collectible quality for re-enactment purposes. Three fullers, one blunt edge (possible to make it sharp on a request). Material: spring steel CSN 14 260, hardness approx. 50 - 52 HRC. Overall length 81 cm, blade length: 62 cm, width of the guard: 22 cm. Sword mark: Wulflund.
Catalog number: SBR212
This Celtic ring is a perfect museal replica of a Celtic ring that was found in Central Europe. It was worn by the member of the Boii tribes (la Tene Culture). Our ring was casted from the model that was taken from the original ring that you can see on the picture. Weight 9 g. Material: Ag 925. Product of Wulflund.
Catalog number: FTJ166
Green Man - pendant. Material: silver (925). Size: 1.7 x 3.9 cm. Weight 6 g. Hidden bale pendant. Model for this jewel was hand made by wax. Manufacturer: Wulflund. Author: Katien. Copyright.
Is our civilization still able to see these Spirits of the Nature? We are sure that some people are. Green Man is as old as human beiing. He didn't dissapear in the past. This forest Deity survived christianity and now Green Man is stronger again.
Look in His face, in His eyes and what you can see? I can see strength, rebirth, no beggining and no end, I can see pure and wild Nature that is shouting ... He is asking us to be again part of the Nature. Please hear His voices.
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: CPE187
In a forge processed Celtic Knotted Pendant. Height: 5.5 cm. Anti-rust coating. Material: steel.
Catalog number: MJW37
Your Price: 55.00 €
Silver rose necklace with silver chainlet and amethyst. Size cca: 2.8 x 3.5 cm. Weight cca 10 g.
Catalog number: MJW183
Silver Pentacle Pendant. Material: silver (925) and rainbow moonstone. Weight circa 7.9 g. Size circa 2.8 in a diameter.
Catalog number: FGQ74
Your Price: 29.00 €
Silver earrings with an Irish symbol - CLADDAGH. Material: silver 925. Size 1.5 x 1.7 cm (measured without hooks). Weight approx. 3.3 g / pair.
Catalog number: MJW64
Silver (925) Egyptian Pendant. Size cca 2.6 x 3 cm. Weight cca 5 g.
Catalog number: SBR215
SLAVIC SVARGA (the Sun) symbol of the God Svarog - the God of Sun and Fire. Material: silver 925. Weight approx. 4.5 g. Size about 3 cm.
Catalog number: OSW26
Battle ready replica of a Scottish basket hilted sword. Material: spring steel CSN 14 260, hardness approx. 50 - 52 HRC. Overall length 90 cm, blade length: 72 cm, width of blade: 3.5 cm. Sword mark: Wulflund.
Catalog number: FTJ13
Celtic Knot Silver Pendant with Amethyst.
Size circa 2.1 cm in a diameter. Weight 6 g. Material: silver 925.