Fenrir Wolf head Warriors talisman, Viking Wolf Claw mascot, Norse Celtic Pagan, Odin Wolves, Nordic animal totem.

This is an example what I have had in my shop in the past. I often have over 500 carvings in my shop, so come visit to see what is available now! Click on the “Visit my shop on Etsy!” button to go over there.


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FENRIR WOLF CLAW. VIKING TALISMAN – VIKING NECKLACE. A high quality. Unique detailed carving.
Handmade – amulet carved from moose horn. The wolf’s eyes are decorated with carnelian stone.
Traditional Norse carving. In a single copy.

No animals were injured. In November – December, the moose sheds its old horns. In April – May, the animals begin to grow new horns.
We find them in the forest, process and make unique things for you.

PLEASE NOTE, if you like any product in our store and you would like to order it, but you do not like some details (you would like to change the rune or other symbol), please contact me, we will make the product according to your wishes.

Size about 19 cm (7,5 inches)

The wolf plays a fundamental role in Nordic culture, this is the main symbol in Norse mythology.
In Norse mythology, the wolf was associated with the Fenrir and with the two wolves companions of Odin.

The Wolf is a symbol of loyalty and victory and is a prominent Viking Spirit Animal.
Wolf symbolizes Strength, Endurance, and Freedom

Wolf Fenrir is the most distinguished wolf of all the wolves in Norse mythology.
Fenrir had tremendous levels of vast superhuman strength that surpass many other giants. His power was so incredible that he was stronger than the mightiest Norse God Odin himself. The entire Aesir was afraid of his inhuman strength.

The colossal wolf had unheard levels of superhuman durability. Fenrir’s destiny was to kill Odin by devouring him and making all the dead warriors in the halls of Valhalla seem insignificant and unable to stop him thanks to his immense durability.

The Norse mythology has a lot of dreadful and fearsome beasts that have the power to wreak havoc all over the Nine Worlds of the Norse Universe. However, the most important, and by far the most dangerous one among them is, without a doubt, the mighty Norse wolf Fenrir.

As a beast of incredible and terrifying strength, he’s the one that stands out among all the other Norse beasts since his destiny is to defeat Allfather Odin in the final battle of Ragnarök.

Amulet made of moose antlers/bone.
Due to their strength and durability since ancient times, the horns/antlers of animals were used in the manufacture of weapons and jewelry.

Care: do not wet, and wear with pleasure.

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I also want to draw your attention to the fact that some products in our store are painted. Therefore, over time, the paint may wear off.

Good shopping. Best regards Oksana.

Roman and Oksana live in Ukraine and love Viking culture and design! Roman carves amulets, knife handles and accessories from bone, antlers and horn, all shed naturally by the animals. Oksana takes care of the marketing and of running their shop on Etsy.

From Roman:
“My art is an integral part of my life. I do bone carving, mostly Viking style. In general, I can carve anything, but not all carving brings me pleasure and inspiration. The Viking history interests me and inspires me. I have been carving for more than 15 years and have sold my work to people in many different countries. I am very happy that I can share my art and my products far beyond my own country. Each new design in anything I make is a challenge. I love everything about my work. I never do anything I don’t like.”

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Ukrainian artist, Roman, creates artifacts, historical copies, along with Viking inspired jewelry, amulets, and tools. Everything is charged with a strong spirit and sturdy character.  Visit his shop on Etsy:  www.etsy.com/shop/BoneCarvingArt

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