A robust, antiqued and polished pewter circular buckle in the form of a Celtic dragon swallowing its own tail, engraved with runes around its body. To fit a 1 ½" (38mm) wide belt strap.
German for "raven's skull"; the great black bird is famous for it's prophetic powers, being Odin's messengers and capable of foretelling death. A conspiracy of ravens will always be seen feeding at a well-stocked gibbet. A large, authentically detailed raven's skull, in antiqued pewter with hand polished beak
The Norse god Thor's mighty weapon of utter destruction, Mjolnir, and essential talisman for the Dark Age Viking and Anglo Saxon warrior. The Futhork runes inscribed upon the knotwork dragons read "Thor's Hallow. A Blessing on this Hammer, charged with the magic of the Thunder and Lightning."; enhanced with black pewter cut gemstones.
Representing power and the vital forces of nature, and often, a standard for the pagan warrior. Sacrificed to gods by Abraham, the Romans and Druids alike.
A feared pirate's crest of skull and crossed sabres, is a warning to all those unfortunate enough to see it! The 'Letter' was an official Royal warrant given to 'privateers', authorising them to seize and destroy property of their country's enemies. An 18th century license to kill! Height : 77mm Width : 97mm Depth : 27mm Weight : 95g
Old English for 'of the wolf '... a gothic frame focuses a chilling profile of one of these children of the night. With translucent, smokey blue enamelled moon. Height : 83mm Width : 105mm Depth : 16mm Weight : 159g
L1B - 1 1/2 inch Leather BeltHigh quality, 1½" (38mm) wide, black split leather belt straps with press-stud fastenings to accept any jeans-belt buckles: in a choice of three waist sizes; S (28" to 34"), M (34" to 40"), L (40" to 44").
The original Philosophus Magus portrait; set with separate black rose. Height : 62mm Width : 60mm Depth : 26mm Weight : 87g