Discovered in the a Mammen grave in Denmark, this fascinating small sized, lightweight axe was used as a throwing axe dating back to 970-71 ad.
What truly catches the eye are its beautiful plant decorations, and inlaid silver craftsmanship showcasing. This artifact was excavated from what appears to be a wealthy person of influence during the viking age.
This Mammen Axe Pendant crafted using .925 sterling silver incorporates the type of Celtic artwork and duality of art and war the vikings are famously associated with.
Measured at 22.5 grams, and a height of 55 mm, width of 29.