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    Shoulder strap with hand carved designs, dyed brown.

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    Large polished drinking horn, pewter dragon horn finial, pewter rim with runes, shoulder strap with hand carved designs in brown.

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    Hand Carved Yggdrasil Drinking Horn by WhereTheGodsLive on Etsy.

    intricately carved drinking horn

    Okay... this rune stone is in Sweden, but it is still interesting....Rune stone, Krogsta, Uppland, Sweden, from the 6th century AD, with a human figure and an inscription. One of three known rune stones in Uppland carved with the elder rune alphabet, and the only one still in its original position. The inscription is only partly deciphered - the text on the backside probably renders the word "stone". Photo taken ca. 1900

    carved horns #vikings #mead

    Carved and burned drinking horn with runes

    Viking shot glass with carved pattern of a Viking woman serving a beer from a drinking horn

    Crows Ravens: #Raven on drinking horn.

    Norwegian rune book, 15th century

    Part of Swedens famous Rök runestone, which bears the longest-known runic inscription in stone. The Norsemen continued the practice of mixing runes with Christian symbols until the 17th century, when the medieval church banned runes in an attempt to drive out all vestiges of superstition, paganism, and magic. Runes fell out of widespread use but did not disappear altogether.

    Carved Drinking Horn Vanaheim by Wodenswolf.devian...

    Norse drinking horn

    Wolf on Rune stone Monument 8th Century CE. Sparlosa, Sweden

    Icelandic Gothi with Oath Ring, Drinking Horn, and Epic Mustache.

    Norse Viking Helmet Helm from Chermaya Mogila burial mound,Chernigov,Ukraine

    antler with Ingwaz rune

    Viking rune stone, Upplands, Sweden - ca. 11th century. Rune stones began as a Christian tradition among Danish vikings, but spread and intensified in fashion in Sweden.

    Rune stone.

    17520 Bronze figure with Horns, weapons and crossed sticks. Kungsängen, Uppland, Sweden. Iron Age by saamiblog, via Flickr