Exquisite Mjolnir with Triquetra "Thor Viki" (Thor Protect), Norse pendant that is hand-carved from high-quality bone, Viking Art Collection
Handmade bone Mjolnir amulet with "Thor Viki" written in the Younger Futhark runes.
It was used as a protective formula, translating from Old Norse to "Thor Bless" or "Thor Protect".
Material: natural polished cattle bone
Size: 45 x 36 mm Leather or cotton cord included
The Triquetra also added to this beautiful amulet.
The Triquetra is a Norse symbol pretty similar to the Valknut and the Triskele. Related to some heathen religious concepts, it is rather difficult to tell which is the meaning of this symbol for the Vikings since it has been used by the Christians quite early with their own religious meaning (the trinity). Such as the Triskele or Valknut, the Triquetra seem to also be related to Odin. In the Norse mythology, Triquetra symbolises eternal spiritual life with no beginning nor end. It is also used as a charm. It has different meanings according to the beliefs: it represents the triple goddess (Maiden, mother, crone), the link between the past, present and future and the body, mind and soul, the concept of land, sea and sky.
Custom orders for Viking amulets invited
Welcome to our Vikings amulets and charms Norse Pagan Art store ! Here you will find unique and exquisite Mjolnir pendants that are hand-carved from high-quality bone. Our skilled artisans put their heart and soul into each pendant, meticulously crafting every detail to create a beautiful and authentic representation of the iconic Viking symbol.
Our Mjolnir pendants are more than just accessories - they are a powerful reminder of the strength and courage of the Viking people. Each piece is imbued with the spirit of the god Thor, and symbolizes his protection and guidance.
Whether you are a lover of Viking mythology or simply appreciate the beauty of finely crafted jewelry, our Mjolnir pendants are sure to impress. They make the perfect gift for yourself or someone special, and are suitable for any occasion.
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