Leather necklace with Thor's hammer and wolf heads on the endings. Inspired by the famous hammer found in the locality Romersdal, on the island Bornholm, Denmark. The original piece is exhibited at the National Museum in Copenhagen.
It was very common for Vikings to use wolf heads, dragons and beasts as terminals to hold their Mjolnirs or other pendants. It is also believed that their pendants had a spiritual status and offered protection in battles and against evil.
Thor's Hammer, or Mjölnir, is God Thor's magical weapon. The hammer is unbreakable, it always hits the target and then comes back to the owner's hand. The hammer flies through the sky in the form of lightning. The word Mjölnir means "grinder or crusher". In order to be able to handle the hammer Thor wears a pair of iron gloves and a strength belt. The mjölnir amulets were worn by the Norse seamen and warriors.