A detailed Viking amulet with carved Tiwaz rune made out of pewter. This protective Viking pendant features a "rocky" surface and assymetric shape which makes it look like a real stone. It comes with a strong flat leather cord to wear it in your neck and change your energy
The rune, Tiwaz, is the rune of god Tyr, associated with justice, self-sacrifice, honesty, and faith among others. Tiwaz also represents the balance and justice ruled of a higher spiritual power and with the proper use will provide well-being to the society
- Material: Pewter
- Size: 2,5 cm x 4 cm
- Delivered with a free leather cord
- Made in Europe
The Elder Futhark is the oldest form of the runic alphabets used by the Germanic tribes in the Migration period. Runes were the main element in magic and have been used to symbolize or invoke deities. Most of the Norse gods are connected with a rune. Runic inscriptions also can be found on artifacts, weapons, jewelry, and the famous runestones.