In this category, you can find currently stocked goods that we consider especially interesting and worth more detailed inspection. Most goods here are our own production (some are imported) and we can offer them at competitive prices. In any case, reduced price does not mean lower quality, on the contrary, these goods should be regarded as a selection of merchandise that represent us.
Catalog number: FGJ61
No piece of jewellery is ordinary and the most valuable of them should fulfill at least the following criteria: high quality of craftsmanship, careful choice of materials and an original and interesting design. We dare say this jewel meets them all and has even more. It contains history and a soul that has been infused into it around the year 1000 CE on the Baltic island of Gotland (Sweden), where the pendant was crafted as a part of a large necklace.
Archaeologists believe the silver used for the necklace was imported from the Slavic countries and the crystals from Persia (Basra) or the Alpine areas, Persia being a more likely place of origin. Crystal is a symbol of nobility, purity and magical beauty. Time passes but in this case the beauty remains. This piece will be appreciated by women whether they are deeply interested in history or not, moreover, it will never succumb to fashion trends.
Catalog number: MJW102
Catalog number: TTS355
DEFEND EUROPE, Vienna 1683, T-shirt.
The Battle of Vienna took place at Kahlenberg Mountain near Vienna on 12 September 1683 after the imperial city had been besieged by the Ottoman Empire for two months. The battle was fought by the Habsburg Monarchy, the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth and the Holy Roman Empire (commander of King John III Sobieski) against the Ottomans. Ottomans suffered heavy losses and were severely weakened.
Catalog number: SBR212
This Celtic ring is a perfect museum replica of a Celtic ring that was found in Central Europe. It was worn by a member of the Boii tribes (la Tene Culture). We used the original artifact to create a mould for this unique piece of historical jewelry.
Catalog number: SBR234
Fenrir - the Viking Wolf - is one of our most distinguished products. The design is inspired by the Borre Viking art style (named after the locality in Norway, 9th-10th century).
Fenrir is, according to the Norse mythology, the eldest son of the God Loki and the Giantess Angrboda. The Gods have bound monstrous Fenrir but his fate is to grow long enough until the bonds loosen and then he will swallow Odin during Ragnarök.
Wolf symbolizes not only independence and stregth but also a life within a family or a community and the quality of being loyal. It can be interpreted as a symbol of a fight for survival and a journey of self-discovery as well.
We also make these pendants in bronze and pewter.
Catalog number: VIB14
Leather Viking High Shoes with antler buttons.
Catalog number: LEA81
Fencing Glove (leather combat gauntlet) of exceptional quality to reduce the risk of injury of the hand during sword combat. Made by fencers for the fencers. Great emphasis has been placed not only on the thickness of the material, but also on the anatomy of gloves - you can grip your sword easily. Price is for one gloves for the right hand.
Catalog number: FTJ166
Green Man - pendant. Are we still capable of appreciating nature spirits such as this one today? Green Man is probably as old as mankind itself. The motif was commonly used as a decorative architectural ornament. Green Men are frequently found in carvings on both secular and ecclesiastical buildings. To us this spirit symbolises strength, rebirth and a never ending life cycle. Maybe he is asking us to be a part of nature once again...
Catalog number: BHJ184
Collach Brass Bracelet with Pictish Boars. The design is inspired by the rock carvings in Scotland (Dunadd) created by the Picts sometime during the Late Iron Age and Early Medieval periods. Boar was revered, especially by the Celts, for its strength, perseverance and courage.
Catalog number: APW149
Hand forged viking axe. You can purchase this axe sharp as a decorative replica or blunt for re-enactment fight.
Catalog number: FGQ130
Irish Spirals - silver pendant. This well known motif features on many artefacts discovered in Ireland and Britain. The three parts, or worlds, are depicted here as part of a whole. Such motifs adorn the illuminated Book of Durrow and the famous Book of Kells (8th century) as well as the brooch of Tara (County Meath, Ireland, 8th Century) and brooches from Lagor (Ireland). The original triskel (a motif consisting of a triple spiral), that inspired the desing of this pendant, dates back to the 6th century, when it was crafted as a decorative part of a cauldron (Hitchin, Hertfordshire, England).
Catalog number: BHJ185
Your Price: 48.00 €
Brass Viking Wolf Bracelet. The design is inspired by a bracelet found in Burg, the isle of Gotland, Sweden, the head terminals are based on the terminals of the Wolf's Cross from Iceland. A beautiful piece of art reflecting history.
Catalog number: TTS26
Your Price: 24.00 €
Manufacturer: The Mountain, USA.
Catalog number: SBR06
Your Price: 35.00 €
A silver ring with heads of viking wolves. The design of the wolf's head is inspired by the Wolf's Cross, a Thor's Hammer that was found in Fossi, Iceland, 10th-11th century. We stock several sizes and the ring size is adjustable, please let us know the required size.
Catalog number: FGJ190
A unique wolf pendant with a bail. Wolf symbolizes not only independence but also a life within a family or a community and the quality of being loyal. It can be interpreted as a symbol of a fight for survival and a journey of self-discovery.
Catalog number: MJW64
An Egyptian pendant. The Eye of Horus is an ancient Egyptian symbol of protection, royal power and good health.
Catalog number: SBR215
SLAVIC SVARGA (the Sun), a symbol of the god Svarog - the God of the Heavenly Light and Fire.
Catalog number: SBR242
Your Price: 58.00 €
CZECH LION - large silver pendant which symbolizes the Czech statehood. Symbol of the double-tailed lion is the old heradlic symbol of Bohemia. The facial expression of this lion is not a mute national symbol, it overflows with pride, fighting spirit and the proper portion of anger. Today the state may not be in an optimum condition, but this lion, whose heraldic sign has been accepted by King Premysl Otakar II., cannot hide his pride. Let's be proud of our glorious past and finally learn from it!