Pendant Odin with horse Sleipner, bronze amulet

Item number: AH10041

The Nordic god Odin rides on his horse Sleipner. In Nordic mythology it is Odin's eight-legged horse. His name comes from his ability to 'glide' on land, water and in the air.

Category: Pendants & Amulets

19,90 €
≈ £ 18.29

including 19% VAT. , plus shipping (Warenpost)

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Authentic alloy 90% copper, 10% tin

Shipping weight:
0,03 Kg
Dimensions ( length × width ):
3,00 × 2,50 cm

Godfather Odin - or the Ride of Knowledge

This beautiful protective amulet comes in the shape of the father of the gods Odin on his eight-legged horse Sleipner. The feet of the horse are woven together in the form of a Celtic knot. Such knot patterns were widespread among the Vikings and Teutons.

This fancy and beautiful bronze pendant is based on the original find from the Viking Age on the Swedish island of Gotland. With a black leather strap, it is a special High Light for fans of Nordic and Germanic god culture. It can be worn by men and women alike.

  • Material: Bronze
  • Type of manufacture: lost wax process
  • Size: ca. 2,5 cm, with eye ca. 3 cm
  • Pendant eyelet: movable
  • incl. black leather strap to the knot

God of magic, wisdom and war

Odin ' Germanic also Wotan ' is ultimate father of the gods in the Nordic and Germanic mythology. He combines wisdom and magic, but also treachery and war in himself. So he goes unrecognized among the people and the gods to learn their secrets and stories. Odin was the wise and powerful head of all gods. Thus he was worshipped for his strength and fighting spirit on the one hand and appreciated as a source of knowledge and the search for knowledge on the other.

Odin, Sleipner and his other magical companions

The father of the gods, Odin, has many magical companions. His eight-legged Ross Sleipner can glide equally fast on earth, in the air and on the water. There are always his two ravens, Hugin and Munhim, who tell him daily the world events. With the help of his wishing coat Odin becomes invisible, while a severed giant head predicts the future. The wolves Geri and Freki bring him his hunting luck and with his sword Gungnir Odin started the first war in the world.

Protective amulet and jewellery

This pendant is a wonderful gift for people who are interested in nordic and germanic mythology and to whom you want to give protection on their way. As an authentic accessory in re-enactment and at living history events, such a protective amulet is an absolute eye-catcher.

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