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- Order number: 12400
Silver pendant Viking dragon boat. A ship on a booty trip (Viking trip) but also ships of the far-traveling traders carried a mostly artistically verged dragon head on the fore stem. This offered protection and strength in foreign waters as well as against evil spirits and thus put a stop to the fear of the unknown. As a talisman, the Viking ship protects against evil spirits abroad and thus favors the focus on one's own strength and supports when entering new territory.
Variant article number: 12400 Viking ship, dragon boat Pendant with solid eyelet behind the dragon head . Length 36mm, width 21mm,
Variant article number: 12402 Round Viking dragon boat silver pendant, typical representation with a dragon head on the stem, striped square sails and side round shields. Diameter 24mm, total length 35mm
Variant article number: 12410 The square sail sewn in strips and the round shields attached to the side complete this silver pendant. Width 30mm, total length 29mm, eyelet width: 6x4mm
Variant article number:12415 This dragon boat silver pendant has very finely crafted details. Among other things, the ship's rudder, ornate round shields and individual ship planks can be seen. The typical striped square sail is decorated here with a fine hammer blow. Width 27mm, total length 35mm, hole width: 6x4mm
Variant article number: 12416 Artfully decorated dragon boat pendant with knot ornamentation. All essential attributes of the dragon boat, including the round shields, are clearly recognizable, but this silver pendant has more of a symbolic character than a detail-related one. Diameter 26mm, total length 38mm, diameter: 7x4mm
Variant article number: 12417 The dragon boat silver pendant worked in round detail. Here the crew, especially the helmsman, dragon's head, ornate shields and ship planks are clearly visible. The silver pendant is framed by the Midgard snake (Jørmungandr) from Viking mythology.
|Symbol:||Dragon boat, Vikings|