Do you like Norse mythology and Vikings? Then you will love this bracelet which combines a Viking style along with a modern look.
This hand-crafted leather bracelet is made of a leather cord holding an axe head featuring a Norse Viking symbol.
Choose between three different symbols: Valknut, Vegvisir or the Sun-Wheel.
Wear it yourself or give it away to someone you know.
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Axe Head Material: Metal, alloy
Cord Type: Rope chain
Clasp Type: Lace-up
Cord Material: Leather (artificial)
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The Valknut (pronounced "VAL-knoot") is a symbol in Norse mythology depicting three interlocked triangles.
The Valknut symbol has appeared on several runestones and memorial stones dating back from the Viking Age in Sweden and Norway.
The meaning of this symbol is still unclear, however, it is believed to have a strong connection with the transition from life to death and death to life since it only appears in connection with runestones and ship burials. It has also been found on cremation urns of the Anglo-Saxons.
In most cases, the Norse god Odin, or symbols that are closely associated with him is also featured alongside the Valknut.
The name Valknut is a modern Norwegian word and means "slain warrior knot"
Read more about the Valknut here
Not much is known about the Vegvisir but it is believed to have been a symbol for navigation.
In the Huld manuscript the Vegvisir is described as following: "If this sign is carried, one will never lose one´s way in storms or bad weather, even when the way is not known."
The name Vegvisir is pronounced "vegg-vee-seer" and translates to "That which shows the way" in Icelandic.