Irminsul-Amulet

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Irminsul amulet - silver
Irminsul amulet - silver
Irminsul amulet - bronze
Irminsul amulet - bronze
Irminsul amulet - detail
Irminsul amulet - detail
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Germanic Irminsul pendant.

This beautiful pendant was designed in the image of the Germanic world ash tree, the so-called Irminsul.

The historical model for this pendant is the Irminsul depiction on a relief at the Externsteine near Detmold / Germany.
Link to the original Irminsul depiction...

The Irminsul was a sanctuary of the pagan Saxons, which was destroyed by the Franks in 772 at the behest of Charlemagne as a prelude to the Saxon Wars. The name Irminsul comes etymologically from irmin = large and sul = pillar, thus denoting a large pillar.

According to the Frankish annals, the Irminsul was located some distance from Eresburg near today's Obermarsberg and was one of the most important Germanic shrines.

You can buy this Irminsul pendant in bronze or in real silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

The Irminsul amulet has the dimensions: 3.5 x 3.5 cm.

A solid leather strap in 1 m length is included with the Irminsul pendant.
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Germanic Irminsul pendant.

This beautiful pendant was designed in the image of the Germanic world ash tree, the so-called Irminsul.

The historical model for this pendant is the Irminsul depiction on a relief at the Externsteine near Detmold / Germany.
Link to the original Irminsul depiction...

The Irminsul was a sanctuary of the pagan Saxons, which was destroyed by the Franks in 772 at the behest of Charlemagne as a prelude to the Saxon Wars. The name Irminsul comes etymologically from irmin = large and sul = pillar, thus denoting a large pillar.

According to the Frankish annals, the Irminsul was located some distance from Eresburg near today's Obermarsberg and was one of the most important Germanic shrines.

You can buy this Irminsul pendant in bronze or in real silver-plated.
Alternatively, also available in 925 sterling silver (Please note the delivery time).
Alloy...

The Irminsul amulet has the dimensions: 3.5 x 3.5 cm.

A solid leather strap in 1 m length is included with the Irminsul pendant.
7.55

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