The Rällinge statuette is a seated figure in bronze, discovered in Södermanland, Sweden in 1904 and dated from the Viking Age around the 11th century. The figure, who wears a conical headdress, clasps his pointed beard and has an erect penis, has often been assumed to be the god Freyr. This is due to an 11th-century description of a phallic Freyr statue in the Temple at Uppsala, but the identification is uncertain.
It has also been suggested that the figure is a gaming piece, a flute player, and the god Thor blowing his beard to create wind. If it is the image of a god, it could be a small, devotional statuette of a type mentioned in Old Norse sagas. The object is in the collection of the Swedish History Museum.
This reproduction is handmade of bronze and sizes about 8 cm high (the original is 7 cm).