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Bronze Bracelet with Pagan and Viking Symbols

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Description

The unique bracelet radiating the grandeur and strength of Scandinavians is the same accessory that will instill confidence in yourself and make an excellent gift for anyone, regardless of the occasion.

At the heart of the bracelet is a strap made of natural Italian leather, with a width of 0.4 inches (10mm), adorned with silver charms measuring 0.5x0.5 inches (13x13 cm). The charms are made of Italian silver-plated bronze, where copper constitutes 88%, and tin makes up 12%. The Ukrainian brand Pakabone, whose artisans created this masterpiece, took care of your safety, so the bracelet does not contain lead, cadmium, or nickel that could harm you. Being on the market since 2012 and creating their jewelry as if for themselves, Ukrainian craftsmen know how to convey the greatness of the culture of the people in their works of art.

The bracelet depicts 9 symbols, each of which held sacred significance for the ancient Scandinavians.

  • The World Tree Yggdrasil was for them the embodiment of the structure of the universe, housing nine worlds inhabited by giants, mythical creatures, gods, and humans.

  • Valkyrie, depicted on one of the charms, was a warrior maiden and the helper of the supreme god Odin. She selected the bravest warriors among the dead, led them to Valhalla, where they became heroes, and, led by Odin, fought against the army of the dead in the decisive battle.

  • The bracelet also features Odin on his magical eight-legged horse Sleipnir, accompanied by the ravens Muninn and Huginn.

  • Valknut, depicted on one of the charms, symbolized the unity of the three main worlds in the mythology of ancient Scandinavians.

  • The bracelet wouldn't be complete without the Vegvisir symbol, which in ancient manuscripts was referred to as aiding sailors to avoid getting lost in a storm, even when the path is unknown.

  • A pair of ravens, Huginn and Muninn, mentioned above, in the imagination of Scandinavians, flew around the world and reported news to Odin. In Old Icelandic, Muninn means "memory," and Huginn means "thought."

  • Another figure in the bracelet is the Helm of Awe, the most powerful and mysterious symbol in Norse mythology. Its function is protection, as the eight spiked arms emanating from the central circle are designed to shield its owner from enemies.

  • The eighth symbol represents one variation of Solomon's knot, signifying immortality or eternity. It is a decorative symbol known both in Scandinavian culture and among the cultures of other nations worldwide.

  • The masters also included Thor's Hammer when creating the bracelet. It is considered a powerful protective amulet that also adds confidence to the owner in triumphing over the enemy. It embodies the Good Force that opposes evil and chaos.

  • And finally, the World Serpent Jormungandr - the Ouroboros of Norse mythology. It signifies infinity and cyclicality, life and death, creation and destruction.

Incorporating the sacred symbols of the ancient northern peoples, this bracelet can be not only a decoration but also a talisman.

The bronze bracelet with Pagan and Viking symbols is a gift that carries so much meaning; it cannot go unappreciated. To delight your loved ones or yourself, order this silver bracelet from Ukrainian masters and feel the strength and confidence of the ancient Scandinavians flowing into you.

Description

The unique bracelet radiating the grandeur and strength of Scandinavians is the same accessory that will instill confidence in yourself and make an excellent gift for anyone, regardless of the occasion.

At the heart of the bracelet is a strap made of natural Italian leather, with a width of 0.4 inches (10mm), adorned with silver charms measuring 0.5x0.5 inches (13x13 cm). The charms are made of Italian silver-plated bronze, where copper constitutes 88%, and tin makes up 12%. The Ukrainian brand Pakabone, whose artisans created this masterpiece, took care of your safety, so the bracelet does not contain lead, cadmium, or nickel that could harm you. Being on the market since 2012 and creating their jewelry as if for themselves, Ukrainian craftsmen know how to convey the greatness of the culture of the people in their works of art.

The bracelet depicts 9 symbols, each of which held sacred significance for the ancient Scandinavians.

  • The World Tree Yggdrasil was for them the embodiment of the structure of the universe, housing nine worlds inhabited by giants, mythical creatures, gods, and humans.

  • Valkyrie, depicted on one of the charms, was a warrior maiden and the helper of the supreme god Odin. She selected the bravest warriors among the dead, led them to Valhalla, where they became heroes, and, led by Odin, fought against the army of the dead in the decisive battle.

  • The bracelet also features Odin on his magical eight-legged horse Sleipnir, accompanied by the ravens Muninn and Huginn.

  • Valknut, depicted on one of the charms, symbolized the unity of the three main worlds in the mythology of ancient Scandinavians.

  • The bracelet wouldn't be complete without the Vegvisir symbol, which in ancient manuscripts was referred to as aiding sailors to avoid getting lost in a storm, even when the path is unknown.

  • A pair of ravens, Huginn and Muninn, mentioned above, in the imagination of Scandinavians, flew around the world and reported news to Odin. In Old Icelandic, Muninn means "memory," and Huginn means "thought."

  • Another figure in the bracelet is the Helm of Awe, the most powerful and mysterious symbol in Norse mythology. Its function is protection, as the eight spiked arms emanating from the central circle are designed to shield its owner from enemies.

  • The eighth symbol represents one variation of Solomon's knot, signifying immortality or eternity. It is a decorative symbol known both in Scandinavian culture and among the cultures of other nations worldwide.

  • The masters also included Thor's Hammer when creating the bracelet. It is considered a powerful protective amulet that also adds confidence to the owner in triumphing over the enemy. It embodies the Good Force that opposes evil and chaos.

  • And finally, the World Serpent Jormungandr - the Ouroboros of Norse mythology. It signifies infinity and cyclicality, life and death, creation and destruction.

Incorporating the sacred symbols of the ancient northern peoples, this bracelet can be not only a decoration but also a talisman.

The bronze bracelet with Pagan and Viking symbols is a gift that carries so much meaning; it cannot go unappreciated. To delight your loved ones or yourself, order this silver bracelet from Ukrainian masters and feel the strength and confidence of the ancient Scandinavians flowing into you.