Viking necklace "Mammen" - B

Art.Nr.: 07 HAKE Mammen B
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Necklace with Mammen axe - bronze
Necklace with Mammen axe - bronze
Viking necklace N0 1 - with 6 beads
Viking necklace N0 1 - with 6 beads
Viking necklace  No. 2 - with 10 beads
Viking necklace No. 2 - with 10 beads
Viking necklace No. 3 - with 14 beads
Viking necklace No. 3 - with 14 beads
Viking Necklac - total view
Viking Necklac - total view
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Bronze  
42,01 €
Bronze + Silver
Bronze + Silver  
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Viking Age necklace with Mammen axe.

Here you can buy an expressive Viking necklace, complete with detailed replicas of various metal beads and a central pendant in the shape of the so-called Mammen axe.

This beautiful Viking necklace features detailed replicas of beads from the Viking Age on a solid leather cord 2.5 mm thick.

In total, there are three different necklaces with different amounts of beads to choose from.

You can buy the Viking necklace either complete with beads and pendant made of bronze or alternating with silver-plated beads.

The Viking necklace has a hook-and-eye closure in the style of the Viking Age at the end of the brown leather cord, which makes it very easy to put the necklace on and take it off.

The axe pendant itself measures 4.9 x 2.6 cm and is characterized by its filigree and remarkably detailed surface.

The axe amulet was modelled on the famous Mammen axe, one of the most remarkable finds of axes from the Viking Age. The original Mammen axe is now on display in the National Museum in Copenhagen.
Link to the original Mammen-Axe...

In the Danish village of Mammen near Viborg, the chamber tomb of a man was found who was buried around 970 AD, during the reign of Harald Blauzahn, with numerous precious grave goods, among which an elaborate, silver-inlaid axe in the so-called Mammen style was one of the most outstanding finds.

The Mammen style is also called the Younger Jelling style and is a Viking art style that was widespread in Scandinavia from the middle of the 10th 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.
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Viking Age necklace with Mammen axe.

Here you can buy an expressive Viking necklace, complete with detailed replicas of various metal beads and a central pendant in the shape of the so-called Mammen axe.

This beautiful Viking necklace features detailed replicas of beads from the Viking Age on a solid leather cord 2.5 mm thick.

In total, there are three different necklaces with different amounts of beads to choose from.

You can buy the Viking necklace either complete with beads and pendant made of bronze or alternating with silver-plated beads.

The Viking necklace has a hook-and-eye closure in the style of the Viking Age at the end of the brown leather cord, which makes it very easy to put the necklace on and take it off.

The axe pendant itself measures 4.9 x 2.6 cm and is characterized by its filigree and remarkably detailed surface.

The axe amulet was modelled on the famous Mammen axe, one of the most remarkable finds of axes from the Viking Age. The original Mammen axe is now on display in the National Museum in Copenhagen.
Link to the original Mammen-Axe...

In the Danish village of Mammen near Viborg, the chamber tomb of a man was found who was buried around 970 AD, during the reign of Harald Blauzahn, with numerous precious grave goods, among which an elaborate, silver-inlaid axe in the so-called Mammen style was one of the most outstanding finds.

The Mammen style is also called the Younger Jelling style and is a Viking art style that was widespread in Scandinavia from the middle of the 10th 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.
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