Rurik Unique Norse Mythology Necklace Jewellery

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Rurik Unique Norse Mythology Necklace

Jewellery Ltd. Ed. 999 Pcs

Silver & Crystal Necklace

Unique Jewellery Set limited edition based on the Norse mythology:

Rurik – The carrier of truth

Norse mythology is the body of myths belonging to the North Germanic peoples, stemming from Old Norse religion and continuing after the Christianization of Scandinavia and into the Nordic folklore of the modern period. Norse mythology consists of tales of various deities, beings and heroes derived from numerous sources from both before and after the pagan period, including medieval manuscripts, archaeological representations and folk tradition.

Central to accounts of Norse mythology are the plights of the gods and their interaction with various other beings, such as with the jötnar, who may be friends, lovers, foes, or family members of the gods. Numerous gods are mentioned in the source texts. As evidenced by records of personal names and place names, the most popular god among the Scandinavians during the Viking Age was Thor the thunder god, who is portrayed as unrelentingly pursuing his foes, his mountain-crushing, thunderous hammer Mjölnir in hand.

In the mythology, Thor lays waste to numerous jötnar who are foes to the gods or humanity, and is wed to the beautiful, golden-haired goddess Sif. The god Odin is also frequently mentioned in surviving texts. One-eyed, wolf- and raven-flanked, with a spear in hand, Odin pursues knowledge throughout the nine realms. In an act of self-sacrifice, Odin is described as having hanged himself upside-down for nine days and nights on the cosmological tree Yggdrasil to gain knowledge of the runic alphabet, which he passed on to humanity, and is associated closely with death, wisdom, and poetry.

Odin is portrayed as the ruler of Asgard, and leader of the Aesir. Odin’s wife is the powerful goddess Frigg who can see the future but tells no one, and together they have a beloved son, Baldr. After a series of dreams had by Baldr of his impending death, his death is engineered by Loki, and Baldr thereafter resides in Hel, a realm ruled over by an entity of the same name.

 Mats Jonasson Unique Norse Mythology own interpretation of the Norse Gods.

Necklace Jewellery mounted on silver 925 (92,5% Pure) with cast, sandblasted and painted crystal

This Rurik Unique Norse Mythology Necklace Jewellery is produced in a limited edition of 999 pcs.
They are handmade in Sweden and signed.

Art: 84306

Leather strap is included 560mm/22”).
Design Mats Jonasson
H= 60 mms / H=2,5”

Designed by : MATS JONASSON

Alternative: Mystiqua Ltd Ed, Afrodite Ltd Ed, Atle Norse Mythology Jewellery

Weight0.12 kg
Dimensions10 × 7 × 4 cm
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