Valknut & Runes blue Pendant Necklace (size guide)
Valknut & Runes blue Pendant Necklace (handy size guide)
Valknut & Runes blue Pendant Necklace (side view)
Valknut & Runes blue Pendant adjustable Necklace
Valknut & Runes blue Pendant Necklace (back view)
Valknut & Runes blue Pendant Necklace on light background
Valknut & Runes blue Pendant Necklace
Valknut & Runes Pendant made from lead-free nickel-free Pewter and blue coloured enamel. Includes adjustable black cotton cord necklace. The design is on the front of the Pendant only. FREE UK Delivery by Royal Mail 1st Class.
It will be our pleasure to post you one Valknut & Runes Pendant & Necklace from our stock
Lead-free, nickel-free Pewter
Total Length: 34mm (1"+ 3/8") including the bale
Width: 31mm (1¼")
Blue coloured enamel
Includes black cotton cord Necklace with sliding knots which adjusts from approximately 36cm to 73cm (14" to 28.5")
Presented on a Vikings themed card backer with a plastic sleeve
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This fantastic Pendant is intricately crafted into the shape of the Asatru or Valknut symbol, and has most of the Futhark Runes set underneath blue coloured Enamel. Blue corresponds to the Element of Water - use Blue for protection, peace, truth, harmony, inner light and tranquility. Waes Hail!
The Valknut, is a combination of two Old Norse words, valr (slain warriors) + knut (knot), is a symbol consisting of three interlocked triangles, and appears on various Germanic objects and artworks, such as the Stora Hammars stone, the Tangelgarda stone and the more often referenced Borromean rings. The Valknut is related to the Pagan Triquetra and Triskelion both visually and in the inherant nature of the symbols, but most Odinists, or followers of a true Viking tradition will only accept the Borromean or unicursal versions, rather than any symbol with the "power of three" connotation. It is associated with Odin, and according to Hilda Ellis Davidson, it is thought to symbolise the power of the god to bind and unbind the mind. Although the strict meaning of the Valknut is not known, there is a thought that three multiplied by three might designate the nine worlds, which are united by the Yggdrasil tree. Another meaning comes from the giant, Hrungnir, and his peculiarly shaped heart of stone referred to in the Prose Edda as having 3 sharp and pointed corners.
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