The Vikings often wore jewelry.
They wore big pieces that also acted as currency, breaking off small pieces as needed.
They wore arm rings that represented their tribal allegiance and on which they would swear oaths.
And they wore amulets, dedicated to the gods.
The most popular amulet among the Vikings was Mjolnir, Thor's hammer.
More examples of Mjolnir amulets survive from the archaeological record than all other amulets combined.
It was a symbol of protection, as Thor was the protector of Asgard and mankind, and it was also the symbol of a warrior, because Thor was the ideal warrior.
This sterling silver Mjolnir pendant is inspired by genuine examples surviving from the archaeological record.
It is a striking and authentic piece for any modern-day Viking.