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Carry your spirit animal with you everywhere. This totem vial is filled with the lovely fur of a TIMBER WOLF. The fur swirl inside this bottle shows both the downy texture of the undercoat as well as the course guard hairs that keep wolves warm during harsh winters. The fur inside this bottle is from wolves that are white or cream in coloration, some fur may have a pinkish hue. Each bottle comes with a tag that shows the name of the animal to allow for easy identification. This is particularly helpful if you own multiple totem vials that appear similar.
The bottle which houses the fur is approximately 1 inch in height and the cork is firmly held in place. This size makes it perfect to carry around in a pocket, to keep in a curiosity cabinet, or on an altar.
Our vials make beautiful key chains, pendants, and are available as all these options. Each totem vial is made to order, and due to the nature of the materials, some slight colour variation may occur.
Wolves appear prominently in the folklore and mythology of human cultures. In Norse and Japanese mythology, wolves were portrayed as almost god-like. In Japan, grain farmers worshiped wolves at shrines and left food offerings near their dens, beseeching them to protect their crops from wild boars and deer, while the wolf Fenrir of Norse mythology was depicted as the son of Loki. Certain cultures portrayed wolves as part of their foundation myths. In Roman mythology, the Capitoline Wolf nurses the future founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus. In the mythology of the Turks, Mongols and Ainu, wolves were believed to be the ancestors of their race, while the Dena’ina believed wolves were once men, and viewed them as brothers. Wolves were linked to the sun in some Eurasian cultures. The Ancient Greeks and Romans associated wolves with the sun god Apollo, while the wolf Sköll in Norse mythology was depicted pursuing the setting sun.
Not the animal you’re looking for? I have many different species on hand. Shoot me an email or conversation, and I’ll see if I have it. If not, I’m more than happy to help you track it down. I always accept custom order work.
All our items use REAL feathers, bones, and fur from REAL animals. None of the animals were killed for their parts. We only use suppliers who reclaim roadkill, use found items, etc. For fur we use fur scraps from professional taxidermists and furriers, this ensures that nothing from the animal goes to waste and respects the animal.
[$13] Vial -- Vial with just the fur and cork.
[$15] Key Chain -- Wire wrapped vial with fur, cork, with small key chain ring.
[$15] Cell Phone Charm - - Wire wrapped vial with fur, cork, on a small strap with clip.
[$17] Necklace -- Wire wrapped vial with fur, cork, on a suede cord (Adjustable).

White Wolf TIMBER WOLF Totem Jewelry: Necklace, Keychain, Cellphone Charm, Vial, Pendant FREE Shipping

$15.00 USD
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  • Handmade item
  • Materials: glass, vial, bottle, cork, wolf fur
  • Feedback: 55 reviews
  • Ships worldwide from Minnesota, United States