Width: 40mm Height: 45mm Comes on an adjustable leather thong.
Supplied in a St Justin gift box
Thor's Hammer Pendant
This pendant is connected with the Pagan religion of the Scandinavians. Thor was the mightiest god, waging war against the giants whom he killed with his hammer. At the same time he was a god of the home, hallowing marriage and purifying funerals with his hammer. The triscele is commonly found in late Celtic art and is thought to have some Roman influence, although fine examples are found in the native art of Ireland and Scotland. It is thought to represent the three realms of Celtic lore: the past, the present and the future. One of the most popular of Ancient Celtic designs, it survived well into the Christian period, probably because it could also be considered to represent the Holy Trinity.
The venerable alloy of pewter is made of 92% tin with copper and antimony to harden it and enhance casting. At St Justin the distinguished tradition of casting pewter lives on. High quality pewter ingots are fused in a crucible and the molten metal is poured into rubber moulds created from the original master design.
After cooling and linishing, the items are hand-polished and assembled by craftsmen.