Anhänger Mammen-Axt

Art.Nr.: 0 Axt Mammen
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Mammen axe pendant - bronze
Mammen axe pendant - bronze
Viking Mammen axe amulet - silver
Viking Mammen axe amulet - silver
Mammen axe pendant - detail
Mammen axe pendant - detail
Viking Mammen axe amulet
Viking Mammen axe amulet
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Viking pendant in the shape of the Mammen axe.

This impressive pendant is modelled on the famous Mammen axe, a remarkable Viking-period axe from the end of the 10th century.

In the Danish village of Mammen near Viborg, the chamber tomb of a man dating back to around 970 AD, and thus to the reign of the Viking king Harald Bluetooth, was found. The finds are now on display at the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen.

Among the numerous precious artefacts was an ornate, silver-inlaid axe. This so-called Mammen axe is one of the most remarkable finds of axes from the Viking Age and must have belonged to an important person.

Link to the original Mammen Axe...

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

A black leather strap in 1 m length is included with the Mammen axe.



The Mammen style is also called the Younger Jelling style, and is a Viking art style that was common in Scandinavia from the middle of the 10th century to the beginning of the 11th century. The Mammen style is named after the discovery of the axe from Mammen's grave in Jutland / Denmark.

The Mammen style can be found in splendid utensils and jewellery made of metal, as well as in carvings made of horn and in picture stones. The animal figures typical of the Viking Age were given more stately bodies in the Mammen style, and the hip spirals known from the Jelling style became larger.

In addition, floral elements found their way into the Mammen style, which were probably influenced by stylistic elements from the Frankish and Anglo-Saxon regions. The Mammen style is considered a particularly distinguished style because it does not appear on mass-produced goods, but predominantly on individual pieces made of precious materials such as silver or ivory.
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Viking pendant in the shape of the Mammen axe.

This impressive pendant is modelled on the famous Mammen axe, a remarkable Viking-period axe from the end of the 10th century.

In the Danish village of Mammen near Viborg, the chamber tomb of a man dating back to around 970 AD, and thus to the reign of the Viking king Harald Bluetooth, was found. The finds are now on display at the Danish National Museum in Copenhagen.

Among the numerous precious artefacts was an ornate, silver-inlaid axe. This so-called Mammen axe is one of the most remarkable finds of axes from the Viking Age and must have belonged to an important person.

Link to the original Mammen Axe...

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

A black leather strap in 1 m length is included with the Mammen axe.



The Mammen style is also called the Younger Jelling style, and is a Viking art style that was common in Scandinavia from the middle of the 10th century to the beginning of the 11th century. The Mammen style is named after the discovery of the axe from Mammen's grave in Jutland / Denmark.

The Mammen style can be found in splendid utensils and jewellery made of metal, as well as in carvings made of horn and in picture stones. The animal figures typical of the Viking Age were given more stately bodies in the Mammen style, and the hip spirals known from the Jelling style became larger.

In addition, floral elements found their way into the Mammen style, which were probably influenced by stylistic elements from the Frankish and Anglo-Saxon regions. The Mammen style is considered a particularly distinguished style because it does not appear on mass-produced goods, but predominantly on individual pieces made of precious materials such as silver or ivory.
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