The mischevious giant Loki, that lived among the Aesir gods, flipped between being an ally or the Norse gods and a foe, but was always up for fun.
The most notable skill that he had was the ability to shape shift.
This was part of the reason he was able to infiltrate communities across the nine Norse worlds, and had a home among the gods of Asgard, the giants of Juntenheim, and walked freely among the dwarves of Svartalfheim.
The mask of Loki represents this trickster's ability to change his form.
It also represents our individual ability to wear different faces and different personas in different situations as needed. It is a symbol of adaptability.
This distinctive bronze pendant represents the lighter side of life, but also the importance of the ability to adapt to make it in the world. In the back of the pendant is Elghiz rune, which represented defence, and reflects how our ability to adapt protects us through life.