HERBS & HEIRLOOMS, Inc.
1709 So. 4th St.         Terre Haute, IN 47802

Serving The Wabash Valley From
Terre Haute, Indiana Since 1994

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Norse Pewter Jewelry
Lead Free Fine Pewter Pendants


This is a partial listing of our lead free pewter jewelry. Many of the items at Herbs and Heirlooms are unique and are of limited availability. Our inventory of jewelry is constantly changing, so be sure and come into the store for the best selection and to see what's new.




Pendants come attached to a legend card
with a 33" long cord.

These Fine Pewter Pendants are Made in the USA.
Thor's Hammer 501
Thor's Hammer 502
Thor's Hammer 503

The Norse God of Thunder Thor carried as his chosen weapon, the hammer called Mjollnir. That hammer's blows were believed to be the cause of lightning. It was said to be powerful enough to crack mountains and would always return to Thor's hand after being thrown. Thor's hammer is a symbol of a warrior's power; although Thor himself was known, not for his power, but for his ability to take pain without complaint, and for his strength and generosity. 1 5/16" height X 1 3/16" width.
Thor's Hammer 504
Thor's Hammer 510

The Norse God of Thunder Thor carried as his chosen weapon, the hammer called Mjollnir. That hammer's blows were believed to be the cause of lightning. It was said to be powerful enough to crack mountains and would always return to Thor's hand after being thrown. Thor's hammer is a symbol of a warrior's power; although Thor himself was known, not for his power, but for his ability to take pain without complaint, and for his strength and generosity. 2 3/16" height X 1 7/8" width.
Valknut 516
Viking Wolf 517

This Viking pendant shows a wolf in the Norse style, with its body twisted and stretched almost beyond recognition. It was more than likely carried by a warrior who saw a spirit friend in the wolf. This is a reproduction of a piece that is almost 1,000 years old. 1 5/8" diameter.
Viking Amulet 522
Viking Lion 525

The Vikings knew about lions, although they were not native to the lands the Vikings lived in. They respected the animal whose kingship over other beasts were told of in stories from faraway lands. The Lion was a symbol of invincibility, and so the Vikings, like all other warrior nations, honored its spirit. 1 1/4" height X 1 1/16" width.
Gotland Dragon 526
Loki 529

Loki is the old Norse god of the Underworld. He is a trickster spirit, as well as a helper. He has sovereignty over fire, and is therefore associated with the kitchen. Loki has extensive magic powers, and often comes to the aid of magicians and sorcerers. It is said that one must be careful what one asks of Loki, because he just might give it to you. 1 15/16" height X 1 9/16" width.
Viking Ship 532

This is a museum quality reproduction of a Norse brooch from the 14th Century. It shows the classical Viking longboat. The original was found in an archaeological excavation in Norway. 1 7/16" height X 1 15/16" width.
Thor's Hammer - Antique Brass Finish 506B

The Norse God of Thunder Thor carried as his chosen weapon, the hammer called Mjollnir. That hammer's blows were believed to be the cause of lightning. It was said to be powerful enough to crack mountains and would always return to Thor's hand after being thrown. Thor's hammer is a symbol of a warrior's power; although Thor himself was known, not for his power, but for his ability to take pain without complaint, and for his strength and generosity. 1 7/16" height X 7/8" width
Thor's Hammer - Antique Brass Finish 504B

The Norse God of Thunder Thor carried as his chosen weapon, the hammer called Mjollnir. That hammer's blows were believed to be the cause of lightning. It was said to be powerful enough to crack mountains and would always return to Thor's hand after being thrown. Thor's hammer is a symbol of a warrior's power; although Thor himself was known, not for his power, but for his ability to take pain without complaint, and for his strength and generosity. 1 3/8"" height X 1" width
Thor's Hammer - Antique Brass Finish 501B

The Norse God of Thunder Thor carried as his chosen weapon, the hammer called Mjollnir. That hammer's blows were believed to be the cause of lightning. It was said to be powerful enough to crack mountains and would always return to Thor's hand after being thrown. Thor's hammer is a symbol of a warrior's power; although Thor himself was known, not for his power, but for his ability to take pain without complaint, and for his strength and generosity. 1 7/16" height X 1" width
The Runic Circle - Antique Brass Finish 530B

Runes are letters used by the Old Northern European peoples. They were used as magical talismans and for divination, as well as language. Found on memorial stones and calendars, and also on sacred objects, the Runes were more than just a sacred language. The runic circle is used in magical rituals and provides powerful protection and concentration of energy. The sacred circle is a symbol of spiritual work. It doesn't matter if that work is done in one's own being, or out in the world, as in a ceremony, where the eyes of one's people are on it. The runic circle helps us bring to ourselves and those around us - the blessings of healing, joy and prosperity. 7/8" diameter.


Updated 10/19/2016


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