Unique Hand-Carved Bone Pendant: Odin in Ritual Helmet with Serpents - Viking Art Inspired

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Brand: AlgizRune Art

Unique Handmade Viking Amulet: Odin in Ritual Helmet with Serpents

One of the most beautiful handmade Viking amulets ever created. This pendant features Odin in a ritual helmet with serpents, intricately carved from buffalo bone. A perfect gift for Asatru believers, Viking art history enthusiasts, and fans of Norse mythology.

Size: 5.5 cm / 2.165 inches

In Norse mythology, Odin is the god of wisdom, war, death, magic, prophecy, and knowledge. This bone-carved amulet is believed to provide protection and strength to Asatru believers. Wearing the Odin amulet is thought to help tap into Odin's power, offering protection, good luck, and the ability to navigate difficult situations.

The use of bone in the amulet is significant in Asatru belief, as bones are seen as powerful conduits of energy and often used in ritual magic. This bone-carved amulet harnesses the power of Odin and the magic of bones for protection.

Material: Buffalo bone. Ethically harvested and fairly produced by artisans, these bone sculptures represent the ultimate duality of existence: life and death. Bone magic is potent and different from working with any gem, crystal, or mineral, reminding us of our mortal nature.

Recommendations for Wear and Storage: Avoid prolonged exposure to heat (saunas, baths, direct sunlight), as well as extended contact with water and household chemicals.

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