This pendant is based on a Viking Age find from York and it is very similar to a number of pendants from the Hiddensee treasure. Found in 1873 on the Hiddensee island, the collection consisting of 16 pendants, a brooch and a neck ring, is the largest discovery of gold Viking artifacts in Germany.
It dates from the late Viking Age, c. 10th century. The pendants include both pagan and Christian symbols - Thor's Hammer and the cross - reflecting the mixing of the two cultures. It is believed that the jewelry may have originally belonged to the family of the Danish King Harald. Bluetooth
This Thor's Hammer is hand made from Sterling Silver, comes on a thing black cord and is Hallmarked.
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