Handmade Viking Raven Pendant, Norse motif Hand-Carved bone Amulet
Norse Raven Amulet, traditional Norse bone carving. This pendant is a fine gift for Viking art and history enthusiasts and fans.
Size: 6 cm / 2,36 inches (Thickness is about 3-4 mm.)
Material: Buffalo bone. Due to their strength and durability since ancient times, bone were used in the manufacture of weapons and jewelry.
Creation time is 1-2 days from the date of purchase. As each amulet is hand-carved, some small details and sizes can slightly differ from the images in the photo.
In Norse mythology, ravens hold a special significance as they were considered sacred birds associated with Odin, the god of wisdom, war, and death. The ravens Huginn and Muninn (which means "thought" and "memory") were believed to be Odin's companions, and they would fly around the world to bring him information.
Raven amulets are therefore often seen as symbols of Odin and his wisdom. They can represent a connection to the god's mystical and mysterious power, as well as his ability to see beyond the physical realm and into the spiritual world.
For Norse paganists, raven amulets can be worn as a way to connect with Odin's energy and seek his guidance and protection. They can also be used in rituals and ceremonies as a way to honor the god and invite his presence.
Additionally, the raven is often seen as a symbol of intelligence, resourcefulness, and adaptability, making it a powerful amulet for those seeking these qualities in their own lives.
Overall, the raven amulet is a meaningful and powerful symbol for Norse paganists, representing not only the connection to Odin and his wisdom, but also the qualities of intelligence, resourcefulness, and adaptability that the raven embodies.
* Recommendations for wear and storage: Avoid protracted heat (saunas, baths, direct sunlight), as well as contact with water and household chemicals.