Norse Pagan Amulet devouted to Gor Odin - The God of Ravens.
Huginn and Muninn, the two ravens of Odin. Raven Viking Amulet - hand-carved from Moose Antlers.
The moose, deer antlers and wood were the most affordable raw materials used to carve and design ornate pieces. A common feature among Viking jewellery were animal designs taken from nature and Norse mythology. Bone jewellery was common among Viking men and women.
Price is for 1 pcs.
Size: 6.5 cm / 2.6 inches
Huginn (Old Norse: Thought) and Muninn (Old Norse: Memory) are a pair of ravens that fly across the world, bringing news and information to the god Odin.
Materials *: moose antlers. No animal has been injured, as moose drop their antlers from late March to mid-April.
Ravens play an important role in Norse mythology because they are closely related to Odin. Ravens are the holy birds around Odin. Huginn and Muninn are two ravens kept by Odin. The name Huggin means “idea” while Muninn means “memory’. Every morning they fly to the human world at dawn, and report back to Odin in the evening. They always rest at Odin’s shoulders and whisper to him. Therefore, Odin is also referred to as “the God of the raven”.
Tags: Viking Costume Pagan Amulet
* Recommendations for wear and storage: Avoid protracted heat (saunas, baths, direct sunlight), as well as contact with water and household chemicals.