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Horn To Ansuz Mead Hall Necklace

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This necklace is a symbol of prosperity represented by the ancient Nordic mead hall. Above Swedish Dala horses harken back the Viking/Saxon long houses with horse decorated gables. The Dala horse itself a symbol of Odin's horse Sleipnir. Below is the detailed drinking horn with dark age decoration. The drinking horn is now and has been a Norse symbol of prosperity, generosity and good fortune. The mead hall was the center of social life in the Norse culture and many tales were passed along by a roaring fire and free flowing mead.

The meaning of the name is "Horn to the God's" Ansuz means "Asa" or "Aesir". (Dieties)

This necklace may also bring to mind the great horse cultures of the Steppe like the Mongols and Huns who had a distinct and beautiful Horse imagery themselves.

This is a purely positive necklace with a meaning of good fortune, Norse culture and prosperity.

20" cable link chain.

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Horn To Ansuz Mead Hall Necklace

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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: metal, sp
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