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Vendel Raven Mount - right

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Vendel raven fitting - silver plated
Vendel raven fitting - silver plated
Vendel time bird mount - bronze
Vendel time bird mount - bronze
Vendel raven fitting - back side
Vendel raven fitting - back side
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Vendel Era belt fitting in the shape of a raven.

The expressive belt fitting in the shape of a raven from the Vendel period probably represents Hugin or Munin, one of the two ravens that accompanied the Germanic god Odin on his way.

The model for this magnificent bird fitting was found on the Swedish island of Gotland and dates to around 600 AD.
This period is called the Vendel Age and immediately preceded the Viking Age.

Depictions of birds were widespread in the Germanic region during the Vendel period. The historical original of the raven fitting is now in the Statens Historiska Museum in Stockholm.

The belt fitting is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in real silver-plated.
In addition to this belt fitting, we also offer a mirror-inverted version.

Dimensions Vendel raven: 3.5 x 2 cm.

Fastening: There are four pins on the back of the Viking Age belt fitting. To fasten the decorative rivets, simply insert them through the corresponding holes in the leather. It is best to use pliers to bend the tip of the pin inwards a little. If you then tap the pins flat with a hammer, the tip will sink into the leather and the decorative rivet will be fixed stably and flat on the belt.


The raven has been a figure in myths and fairy tales since time immemorial and was even sacred to the Germanic tribes. For example, the ravens Hugin and Munin were the faithful companions of the father of the gods Wotan / Odin, who sent them out into the world every morning to bring him new news in the evening, because Odin was the god of wisdom. Hugin here stands for thought, thinking and wisdom, Mugin on the other hand for memory, recollection and omniscience.
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Vendel Era belt fitting in the shape of a raven.

The expressive belt fitting in the shape of a raven from the Vendel period probably represents Hugin or Munin, one of the two ravens that accompanied the Germanic god Odin on his way.

The model for this magnificent bird fitting was found on the Swedish island of Gotland and dates to around 600 AD.
This period is called the Vendel Age and immediately preceded the Viking Age.

Depictions of birds were widespread in the Germanic region during the Vendel period. The historical original of the raven fitting is now in the Statens Historiska Museum in Stockholm.

The belt fitting is made of high-quality bronze and is also available in real silver-plated.
In addition to this belt fitting, we also offer a mirror-inverted version.

Dimensions Vendel raven: 3.5 x 2 cm.

Fastening: There are four pins on the back of the Viking Age belt fitting. To fasten the decorative rivets, simply insert them through the corresponding holes in the leather. It is best to use pliers to bend the tip of the pin inwards a little. If you then tap the pins flat with a hammer, the tip will sink into the leather and the decorative rivet will be fixed stably and flat on the belt.


The raven has been a figure in myths and fairy tales since time immemorial and was even sacred to the Germanic tribes. For example, the ravens Hugin and Munin were the faithful companions of the father of the gods Wotan / Odin, who sent them out into the world every morning to bring him new news in the evening, because Odin was the god of wisdom. Hugin here stands for thought, thinking and wisdom, Mugin on the other hand for memory, recollection and omniscience.
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