Thor was considered to be the epitome of a good Viking warrior and the strongest among the Aesir gods. He was the protector of both Midgard, the world of men, and Asgard, the world of the gods, using his hammer Mjolnir to smash the chaotic forces of the giants.
Mjolnir was the most popular symbol worn as an amulet among the Vikings. Symbols of Thor's hammer survive more frequently than all other amulet symbols combined, and it was the only amulet symbol that continued to be used well into the Christian period.
To the Vikings, it represented the protection of the god Thor, but also a way of invoking his strength and courage, and finding that in yourself.
This bronze Mjolnir symbol is based on genuine Viking amulets from the archaeological record and is decorated in artistic styles popular among the Vikings in the 10th and 11th centuries.
The head of the banner depicts the serpent Jormungandr elongated and entwined around himself, a common motif in Norse art. Jormungandr was Thor's greatest foe, as the two are destined to kill each other in the final battle of Ragnarok.
Invoke the courage and protection of Thor for yourself with this striking bronze Mjolnir amulet.