What does this jewelry represent?
Odin, the principal god of the Viking pantheon and the god of war, wisdom, and wanderers, was often depicted wearing a helmet, like the one featured on this stunning pendant.
While the Viking would not have worn horned helmets into battle - the horns just gave the enemy something to grab - they may have used these more elaborate helmets during rituals to evoke the aid of the god.
The reverse of the pendant features a stylized Triskelion, which was also a symbol of Odin.
The three points of the symbol represent Odin as warrior, sage, and explorer. Together they form the magical symbol of the Triskelion, which was associated with Seidr magic, of which Odin was a mater.
This is the perfect piece for anyone who honors Odin and strives to embody his varied strengths.
Color : Silver Size : 32 x 32 x 4 mm Weight : 18gr Hole: 2.5mm
Materials : 925 Sterling Silver