This beautiful amulet is inspired by the handforged iron pendant found at Hesselbjerg, near the town of Odder in the east of the Danish peninsula of Jutland. It's dated from the 8th century.
The amulet of Hesselbjerg presents three symbols: knife or sickle, hammer and firesteel, which are supposed to represent the different attributes of the god Thor, and which gives fortune to it's bearer: A sickle for getting food and prosperity, a Mjolnir for protection and a firesteel which symbolize the fire, the warmth of home.
It is hand-made with bronze.
Measures: 4.8 x 1.8 cm.