Odin's raven sitting on skull, tealight holder, made of polyresinOrder number: 67.575
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Odin's raven sitting on skull. Made and cast from polyresin (artificial stone).
Odin is also u.a. known under the name Hrafnáss (raven god).
His two ravens:
- Hugin (Icelandic: Huginn) belongs to the Old Norse verb huga and means translated: think / thought. Hugin thinks about everything he sees and draws his final sentences from it.
- Munin (Icelandic: Muninn) belongs to the Old Norse verb muna and means translated: remember / the memory. Munin remembers everything he saw.
Together they fly through the worlds and in the evening they return to Odin and tell him what they have seen and heard.
In the Norse mythology are regarded as mystical and magical beings, which among other things can differentiate lie and truth from each other.
In the song of the gods "Vafþrúðnismál" the origin of the earth is described.
Ginnungagap is described as the empty space at the beginning of world events. In primeval times, before the creation, Ginnungagap lay between the southern, glowing Muspellshome and the icy Niflhome in the north.
Before the world was created, there was nothing but the Ginnungagap, in which the first being with the name "Ymir" lived.
The world was formed from the individual body parts Ymirs. From his flesh came the earth, from the skull the sky, from the bones the mountains, from the blood the sea. Therefore, we do not consider the skull or skull as something scary, because like everything else it is part of the creation.
The skull is delivered together with a tealight, can be used as a tealight holder or as a small bowl.
Similarly, you can put a small flowerpot in it. The hole in the skull is approx. 2,36 x 2,36 inch (6 x 6 cm) tall at the top, approx. 0,79 inch (2 cm) smaller at the bottom and approx. 1,77 inch (4.5 cm) high.
- Width about 4,72 inch (12 cm)
- Depth about 4,33 inch (11 cm)
- Height about 5,91 inch (15 cm)
- Weight approx. 1,32 lbs (600 g.)
Photo of two sides.
Price is for a raven tea pot holder with a tealight.