Handmade Mjolnir, Mjölnir, Thor's hammer Pendant, Viking Warrior Amulet, Bronze

Handmade bone Mjolnir casted from brass in Ukraine
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Historical Viking age artefact recreated in Bronze by Algiz-Rune Workshop Artisans.

Inspiration: 9-12 Century AD Siler Mjolnir

Size: 40 x 29 mm

Weight about 20 g.

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Coming with cord.

Mjolnir also available in Silver (made on request)

Historical Viking Pagan Jewelry - Mjolnir Necklace, Thor Hammer Amulet hand-forged by Pagan Artisans. This fine style Viking God Thor hammer pendant is a fine gift for Viking art and history enthusiasts and fans.

Mjolnir Amulet other names:

  1. Thor's hammer amulet
  2. Norse hammer pendant
  3. Viking hammer necklace
  4. Mjölnir pendant
  5. Thunder God's hammer charm
  6. Scandinavian hammer talisman
  7. Hammer of the gods necklace
  8. Nordic war hammer amulet
  9. Odin's hammer charm
  10. Celtic thunderbolt pendant
  11. Mjolnir amulet for real man

Hand made amulet made with usage old traditional for Viking Age technologies. Due to the complexity of their form, each piece of silver or bronze Viking jewelry must be individually casted using a lost wax process, the same technique that was used by the ancient Viking Smiths and Artisans to produce their masterpieces. A bees wax used to create a model and mould for each item into which molten bronze or silver is poured. The mould is then destroyed in order to remove the casting and each individual piece of jewelry is then finished and polished by hand. The end result is simply the finest quality Viking jewelry.

The original Norse legend about Thor' hammer. The hammer is created when Odin's adopted son Loki cuts off the hair of the goddess Sif as part of a cruel jest, and, when threatened with violence by Thor, promises to fetch replacement hair from the dwarf smiths. Loki commissions the hair from the Sons of Ivaldi, and the obliging dwarves create the hair and a magic ship and spear as gifts for the gods. Loki is convinced that no one can match their workmanship, and challenges a dwarf named Eitri to make finer treasures. Eitri creates a golden ring and golden boar spear with magical properties, and then begins work on a hammer. Loki panics at the sight of the treasures, and, afraid he will lose the wager, transforms himself into a mayfly and stings Eitri's assistant on the brow as he is working the bellows for the forge. The assistant stops for a moment to wipe away the blood, and the bellows fall flat. As a result, the hammer's handle is shorter in length than Eitri had originally intended, meaning that the hammer could only be wielded one-handed.

Despite the error, the Norse gods consider Eitri to have forged the greater treasures. Loki loses the bet and in retaliation the Sons of Ivaldi sew Loki's lips shut. The ruler of the Norse gods, Odin, uses the hammer – called Mjolnir ("Grinder") by Eitri – and eventually passes it to his son Thor, on the condition that he first prove he is worthy to wield the weapon.

In the second volume of Thor, another version of the hammer's origin is depicted when Odin orders the dwarven blacksmiths Eitri, Brok and Buri to forge Mjolnir using the core of a star.

The series The Mighty Thor provides another version of Mjolnir's origin: after an extended battle Odin traps a galaxy-sized storm called "Mother Storm" in a nugget of uru, which Odin orders the dwarves to use to create a weapon capable of using Mother Storm's power.

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