Thor Godmask Mjölnir Pendant

  • £35.00

Colin Dale of Skin & Bone Tattoo designed this Mjölnir pendant to feature a godmask of the thunder god, Thor.

Hammer shaped pendants are found more often than any other jewelry design in graves from the Viking Age. Historians and archaeologists tend to attribute Thor's great popularity during this time to the idea that he was a god for the people, a warrior and a protector. Godmasks of the Aesir and Vanir can be found carved into stone, wood, and metal from the Viking Age. It only makes sense to combine these common motifs together to create a godmask hammer.

On the back of this pendant, you'll also find a sigil reminiscent of the sunwheel (suncross) used in Colin Dale's emblem, which was inspired by the symbols found in the Nordic Bronze Age.


Material & Make

Each piece of jewellery has been polished to a shining finish by a Northern Fire artisan in our workshop in Wales, where we also craft our moulds and hand cast each piece. Our pewter is sourced from Cornwall and has been chosen for its flexibility and shine.

This pendant comes with an adjustable cotton cord.


About The Artist

Colin Dale is an artist of legendary reputation; his work with Neo-Nordic and indigenous tattoo communities has inspired artists globally, and his tattoos continue to be honoured as some of the most original and profound pieces in the field. Rooted in respect for traditional methods, Colin’s technique honours ancient practices from Europe and beyond. With wisdom collected from tattoo masters in Borneo, Tahiti, and Samoa, Colin’s personal history with Inuit and First Nations people of North America has allowed him to utilise techniques that were sometimes hidden or lost for centuries. Clients travel globally to have their skin marked by Colin in his studio, Skin & Bone Tattoo in Copenhagen, Denmark, and we are honoured to share his designs on clothing, enamel pins, and prints through Northern Fire.

Find more of Colin's art within his Northern Fire collection.


Size & Dimensions

Approximately 1.5 x 0.8 inches (4 x 2 cm).