Winged Phallus Amulet

Art.Nr.: 00 Phallus-Amu 2
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Phallus pendant - brass color
Phallus pendant - brass color
Winged phallus amulet - silver
Winged phallus amulet - silver
Phallus amulet in Nature
Phallus amulet in Nature
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Phallus amulet from the Middle Ages.

This pendant with the motif of a winged penis with bells was found in the Netherlands. The phallus amulet was made of pewter at the time and dates from the period between 1375 and 1425.

The winged phallus pendant carries a small bell on a ribbon. It is the most widespread "indecent" pewter badge of this kind in the late Middle Ages.

Especially in the Netherlands and in France, pendants like this phallus amulet were widespread in the Middle Ages, they appear in numerous finds. Phallus representations were often sewn directly onto clothing.

Dimensions of the medieval phallus amulet: 3.5 x 4 cm.

The phallus amulet is made of cast zinc alloy and available in the colours brass or silver.

A 2 mm thick, black cotton strap in 1 m length for the amulet is included.



Phallic amulets have appeared in many different forms in the history of mankind. They were often said to have a magical protective function and to ward off the evil eye.

Since ancient times, the phallus was considered a lucky charm and was often worn as an amulet, even by children. The phallus was a symbol of prosperity and fertility and was supposed to ward off mischief. Even today, it is customary in some areas of Italy to wear a stylized phallus as a good luck charm.
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Phallus amulet from the Middle Ages.

This pendant with the motif of a winged penis with bells was found in the Netherlands. The phallus amulet was made of pewter at the time and dates from the period between 1375 and 1425.

The winged phallus pendant carries a small bell on a ribbon. It is the most widespread "indecent" pewter badge of this kind in the late Middle Ages.

Especially in the Netherlands and in France, pendants like this phallus amulet were widespread in the Middle Ages, they appear in numerous finds. Phallus representations were often sewn directly onto clothing.

Dimensions of the medieval phallus amulet: 3.5 x 4 cm.

The phallus amulet is made of cast zinc alloy and available in the colours brass or silver.

A 2 mm thick, black cotton strap in 1 m length for the amulet is included.



Phallic amulets have appeared in many different forms in the history of mankind. They were often said to have a magical protective function and to ward off the evil eye.

Since ancient times, the phallus was considered a lucky charm and was often worn as an amulet, even by children. The phallus was a symbol of prosperity and fertility and was supposed to ward off mischief. Even today, it is customary in some areas of Italy to wear a stylized phallus as a good luck charm.
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