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Viking God Loki Keyring, Fine English Pewter. quantity. Add to basket. SKU: lokihinkr Category: Keyrings Tag: Viking. Description Additional information Description. Beautifully designed Viking God Loki Keyring. Handcrafted in England. Made of fine English pewter and given a dark silver finish to bring out the stunning details of the design. Loki is the god of of Fire, Mischief and Lies in.
Bragi offers Loki a number of gifts as a way to make peace, but Loki responds by accusing him of cowardice. Loki. The trickster god with the power to shapeshift, Loki was the son of frost giants, adopted by Odin. Loki is never presented as purely evil, but rather as chaotic and cruel and having little consideration for the consequences of his.
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Measuring around 20cm (just under 8 inches) high, this is a sculpture of the trickster, the quick, sharp, sly one, the Norse god Loki with fire in one hand and a piece of mistletoe in the other. At his feet is Jormundgand, the world serpent, who is the son of Loki by the giantess Angrboda and a fox to represent his cunning nature and one of the forms he shapeshifts into, while around his waist.
Viking Gods and Religion. Everyone knows Thor, God of Thunder, and the names Loki and Odin are also familiar to most people thanks in the main to the recent Marvel Comics Films. What many people don’t know, however, is that before the Vikings converted to Christianity there were 12 Viking Gods, 13 Goddesses, and a whole host of supporting cast members. However our knowledge is very limited.
High quality Loki gifts and merchandise. Inspired designs on t-shirts, posters, stickers, home decor, and more by independent artists and designers from around the world. All orders are custom made and most ship worldwide within 24 hours.
Heimdall, in Norse mythology, the watchman of the gods. Called the shining god and whitest skinned of the gods, Heimdall dwelt at the entry to Asgard, where he guarded Bifrost, the rainbow bridge. He required less sleep than a bird, could see 100 leagues, and could hear grass growing in the meadows.