Zinc 92.95%, Aluminium 4%, Magnesium 0.05%, Copper 3%
Extraordinary piece of jewellery and lucky charm!
This unique replica of a rune amulet is not only a beautiful piece of jewellery, but also an authentic lucky charm from the Nordic mythology. It was worked after the original archaeological find of a gold brakteate. This was found in Seeland/Denmark and attributed to the Germanic Iron Age ' first to fifth century AD. The original of this extraordinary find can be admired in the National Museum in Copenhagen.
Odin Wodan Wuotan Wotan
Odin, called Wodan in Southern Germanic and Wuotan in Old High German, became Wotan in New High German by Richard Wagner. Odin, or also Wotan, stands for the all-father of his entire dynasty of gods and as a symbol for the god of the dead and war. He was the oldest and noblest of the Asen. The earliest evidence of his name is the discovery of an iron-on bible from the sixth century. In addition to a multitude of other names, the name Wodan could also be deciphered. Other finds show Odin on his magical throne with his two Ravens Hugin and Munhim. On numerous other finds the father of the gods is depicted on his horse Sleipnir. This magical horse could glide on land, on water and in the air.
Special center of the offered replica of the Bracteate from Zealand is the picture of the rider Wotan on his horse Sleipnir. This extraordinary pendant is surrounded by a magic runic inscription ' hariuha haitika faranisa ' I am called Hariuha, knowing about the misfortune I bring luck. This beautiful luck pendant is made of a silver metal casting and comes with a black leather strap.
- Size: 3,7 cm x 3 cm
- Colour: Silver Material: Metal (galvanized zinc alloy)
- Material: Metal (galvanized zinc alloy)
- incl. leather strap: approx. 1 m length
Bracteates - their meaning and embossing technique
The name brakteate goes back to the Latin 'bractea'. Translated this means 'thin metal sheet'. Such coins were minted only on one side, on a soft base. This resulted in a one-sided, slight curvature.
Bracteates shone with a variety of motifs. Mostly, however, gods and magic runes were the most popular motifs.
Rediscovering the magic of the ancient Teutons
Piece of jewellery - lucky charm ' magic! All this embodies this replica of the gold brakteate Wotan from Zealand. Originality and focus in one ' for all fans of Germanic and Nordic mythology beautiful accessory and statement in one.
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