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A finely detailed Thors Hammer pendant, right out of history. This design is 2.4 x 1.9 inches, made of solid brass (not plated), with the kind of craftsmanship one would expect from vintage brass collectables. Weight is 35 grams. The balance of the design is carried onto the back of the pendant, and features cutout detail, giving the pendant a handmade design. Signed on the back by the production company, not the artist. For more information about the history of Thors hammers, please read the following from Wikipedia on the internet.
In Norse mythology, Mjolnir is the hammer of Thor, a major god associated with thunder. Distinctively shaped, Mjolnir is depicted in Norse mythology as one of the most fearsome weapons, capable of leveling mountains. Though generally recognized and depicted as a hammer, Mjolnir is sometimes referred to as an axe or club. In the 13th century Prose Edda, Snorri Sturluson relates that the Svartálfar Sindri, the brother of Brokkr, made Mjolnir while in a contest with Loki to see who could make the most wonderful and useful items for the Gods and Goddesses in Asgard.
The Prose Edda gives a summary of Mjolnir's special qualities in that, with Mjolnir, Thor:would be able to strike as firmly as he wanted, whatever his aim, and the hammer would never fail, and if he threw it at something, it would never miss and never fly so far from his hand that it would not find its way back, and when he wanted, it would be so small that it could be carried inside his tunic.
The symbol of the Wolf as a powerful animal has been noted in Norse mythology. Here is what is said about it from Wikipedia.
Norse mythology prominently includes three malevolent wolves, in particular: the giant Fenrisulfr or Fenrir, eldest child of Loki and Angrboda who was feared and hated by the Æsir, and Fenrisulfr's children, Sköll and Hati. Fenrir is bound by the gods, but is ultimately destined to grow too large for his bonds and devour Odin during the course of Ragnarök. At that time, he will have grown so large that his upper jaw touches the sky while his lower touches the earth when he gapes. He will be slain by Odin's son, Viðarr, who will either stab him in the heart or rip his jaws asunder according to different accounts. Fenrir's two offspring will according to legend, devour the sun and moon at Ragnarök. On the other hand, however, the wolves Geri and Freki were the Norse god Odin's faithful pets who were reputed to be "of good omen."
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