Beard and Hair Comb
Handmade in Europe, 100% natural high-quality product. Each comb is unique by having different wood grain, knots, color variations, different grain patterns... The combs are decorated with carvings inspired by Viking art/culture.
Inspired by the mythical Jormungandr son of Loki and the Giant Angrboda. He is known as the Midgard Serpent who holds the world together and who kills Thor during Ragnarok, the final battle between Giants and Gods.The engraving of the comb embodies Jormundgandr's power.
Heimdal is the guardian of Bifrost, the inhabitant of Himinbjorg, the watchman of the Gods. Thanks to his powerful vision and hearing, he will spot the march of the Giants toward Asgard, and use the horn named Gjallarhorn to warn the Gods and announce Ragnarok. It is said that he will blow so hard in Gjallarhorn that its sound will be heard across the cosmos.
The Norns Comb
The three dark Nordic goddesses called the Norns: Urd, Verandi, and Skuld, weave the thread of destiny, rule time as they represent the past, the present, and the future. They wave the web of destiny, which means that sometimes they have greater knowledge than the gods themselves. The Norns have the ability to influence destiny, something that the Gods have no power over. In the carving, you can see 3 infinite waves, an eternal movement.
Silver Axe Pendant
This pendant holds a very strong symbolic anchored in the Norse Mythology as it represents the massive Jörmungandr. Also known as the Midgård Serpent, he is one of Loki's three children who...
King of the Gods' world (Asgard), together with his brothers Ve and Vili, he created the world and mankind who he gifted with life and spirit. He trades one of his eyes to the guardian of memory (Mimir) to be allowed to drink in the water source in the Giants world (Jotunheim) and get wisdom. He has an adversarial relationship with his son Thor but in the end, at Ragnarok, they will join forces. Although both died, Thor being killed by the Midgard Serpent and Odin killed by the Fenrir (Massive Wolf), it is not in vain as they left a peaceful and renewed world for their children to discover.