Belt buckle "Hugin and Munin", tin (partially enamelled)Order number: 55.025
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Belt buckle, made of high quality pewter, decorated with ravens, partly black enamelled - suitable for belts with a width of up to 4.5 cm.
The two well-known ravens from Edda that sit on Odin's shoulders. They fly out into the world every day and return for breakfast to tell Odin the latest from around the world. Therefore Odin is also called the "raven god" (Hrafnaguð).
Hugin and Munin are Odin's ravens.
Odin is also known as the Hrafnáss (Raven God).
His two ravens:
Hugin (Icelandic: Huginn) belongs to the old Norse verb huga and means translated: think / the thought. Hugin thinks about everything he sees and draws his closing sentences from it.
Munin (Icelandic: Muninn) belongs to the Old Norse verb muna and means translated: to remember / the memory. Munin remembers everything he saw.
Together you fly through the worlds and in the evening they return to Odin and tell him what they saw and heard.
In Nordic mythology, they are considered to be mystical and magical beings who can differentiate between lies and truth, among other things.
This beautiful pewter belt buckle should make us think, reminiscent of Odin's ravens Hugin (the thought) and Munin (the memory)!
Width: approx. 78 mm
Height: about 50 mm