Viking Bronze Broad Axe Pendant

Viking Bronze Broad Axe Pendant - Lot No.

RARE Ancient Bronze ORNAMENTED Axe Amulet Pendant Goths 3 4 Century Ad | eBay

RARE ANCIENT Bronze Ornamented Axe AMULET PENDANT Goths 3-4 century AD

authentic very rare amulet Goths century AD period.

Ancient Viking Scandinavian Gold Axe Amulet/Pendant Circa 11th Century

Ancient Viking Scandinavian Gold Axe Amulet/Pendant Circa Century, I think I could hand press for my next wire weaving.

Superb Viking Bronze AXE Shaped Pendant Decorated With SUN Symbols 728 | eBay

Superb Viking Bronze AXE Shaped Pendant Decorated With SUN Symbols 728 | eBay

Wet formed leather sheath tutorial that is pretty in-depth and well made (pg. 2)

Wet formed leather sheath tutorial - this is how I was taught, though I use an awl instead of a drill.

Rare Slavic “Axe of Perun” Pendant, 10th-12th Century AD Axehead pendants were popular in the late Viking age during the 10th-12th centuries and were mostly found in Western Russia and Southern Scandinavia. They were identified by some researchers as amulets representing an axe of the highest god of the Slavic pantheon, Perun, the god of thunder and lightning.

archaicwonder: “ Rare Slavic “Axe of Perun” Pendant, Century AD Axehead pendants were popular in the late Viking age during the centuries and were mostly found in Western Russia.

"The 9th cent. A.D. necklace from the hoard from Hon in Norway shown here comes from an extremely rare type of hoard... most caches of valuables were silver. This treasure necklace was found with a hoard consisting entirely of gold, except for the necklace."

From Viking Answer Lady: Article on Viking beads and necklaces. Picture shows Century treasure necklace from Hon, Norway, implied to be super valuable as it was found with an unusual hoard composed entirely of GOLD (as opposed to the usual silver).

Pinterest
Search