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Our tribute to Thor the God of Lightning and his mighty hammer 'Mjolnir' is hand-drawn and burned onto a simple, yet stylish box.

Thor was the God that all warriors aspired to be. He was noble and honorable. Defender of the Aesir gods and Asgard, he protected everyone from the giants who are the enemies of the Gods. He was courageous, unshakeable, and strong. Thor’s nemesis is Jormungand, the sea serpent who encircles Midgard, the earth as we know and love it. Legend has it, he tries to pull Jormungand out of the ocean while on a fishing trip, and is stopped only when his giant companion cuts the fishing line out of fear. At Ragnarok, Thor and Jormungand will finally face and destroy each other.

The divine plane mirrored his activities on the human plane, where he was appealed to by those in need of protection, comfort, and petitioned to bless places, things, and events.

The box features Mjolnir, or Thor's Hammer, from one of my own designs. Mjolnir means lightning. It was believed that Mjolnir would return whenever thrown and was a symbol of protection and acknowledgement of Norse ancestors.

It measures 71/4" x 7 1/4" x 2 3/4". At the four corners is the sun wheel, which was a holy symbol of Thor. It is stained golden Oak and sealed.

This order contains:
One Tribute to Thor Keepsake Box (as shown)
One free gift (only one per order)
One coupon for $10.00 off your next purchase of $40.00 or more. (only one per order)

Tribute to Thor Keepsake Box



  • Handmade item
  • Materials: wood, stain, sealant
  • Ships worldwide from United States
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