One of the lesser-known symbols of the Old Norse faith, the Triple Horn is made of three interlocking drinking horns. This solid pewter pendant has a wide bail to accommodate larger chains or cords.
Also called the Horn Triskelion, the Triple Horn symbolizes the legend of Odin and the mead of poetry. Odin bargained for three days with a giantess for three sips of the magical beverage. But with each sip, he finished an entire drinking horn. Having drank the last of the mead, Odin fled in the shape of an eagle.
The pendant comes with a black cotton cord that is tied with sliding knots. Made in the United States of lead-free pewter.
Material: Lead-free pewter, woven cord
Dimensions: Approx 1.75 in (width), 1.75 in (height with bail)
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