We carry an assortment of intricate Nordic pendants featuring designs from Norse mythology, culture, and art. A number of our pendants depict noteworthy gods and goddesses like Odin, Thor, Loki, Freya, and Tyr, as well as items like Mjolnir. Other pieces feature designs of Viking longships, Viking shields, Viking axes, and the Viking warriors themselves. Crafted from high quality materials like pewter, sterling silver, white bronze, and gold, a number of these Nordic pendants also display shimmering gemstones as an accent. None of the pendants in this category come with a chain or cord, allowing you the freedom to choose your preferred method of wearing these pieces. Take a moment to browse our fantastic selection to see the many different items we have on offer.
Viking Pendants These Viking Pendants are worn on a leather thong or chain around the neck. STERLING SILVER & BRONZE VIKING PENDANTS The following pendants are available either in a rich golden bronze or in sterling silver. All of our Viking jewellery is solid, chunky and heavy unless otherwise specified. Viking axe pendants Viking axe head pendants covered in intricate Viking knotwork designs.
Viking spear pendants Viking spear pendants based upon original Viking spear heads.
Viking wolf pendants Viking wolf pendants based upon Viking Age finds. The wolves Geri and Freki («Ravenous» and «Greedy») were the companions of Odin and would feast upon the dead after battle. Fenrir the wolf is the spawn of Loki and will do battle with the gods at Ragnarok.
Viking raven pendants Viking raven pendants copied from a Viking casket. Hugin and Munin («Thought» and «Memory») are Odin’s ravens who fly all over Middle Earth to gather information for him. Magical raven banners were sometimes carried by the Vikings into war. Ravens are much attested to in Viking poetry for feasting upon the dead after battle.
Viking dragon pendants Viking dragon pendants copied from Viking Age finds. Dragons feature often in Viking artwork and could represent Fafnir the dragon who was slain by Sigurd in the Saga of the Volsungs.