In the Viking Age, the ax was considered as a status symbol and for cultic purposes. Thus, a decorated ax was found in the royal tomb. In everyday life, however, the beard ax was used as a tool for daily work and weapon in combat. This Viking ax was worn by almost every Viking man. A beard ax had a broad cutting edge, was very light and could be carried well with it. For the Viking people, the ax and the hatchet were considered one of the most important weapons that everyone had to own. Viking swords, however, possessed only wealthy Viking families.
But not only among the Vikings, but also among the Celts, the ax is processed in Celtic jewelry. These pieces of jewelry were made of high-quality stainless steel, silver, pewter or high-quality bronze. Other motifs of the Celts and Vikings were also in the Middle Ages jewelry. Today the Viking ax is worn in the Viking jewelry as a talisman of protection, dignity and power. It gives the wearer strength and helps him to be fair.
Pendant material: Stainless steel Pendant color: silver with antique effect Pendant size: approx. 5cm long x 2,5cm wide Necklace material: synthetic leather Necklace color: black Necklace length: adjustable from approx. 44cm till approx. 49cm Shutter: carabiner hook
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This product was added to our catalog on Sunday, 12. May 2019.