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A Pair Leather Cuff LARP Bracers Armor Vegvisir Futhark Runes Vikings Compass Magic Stave Nordic with Celtic design Carving Leather

A Pair Leather Cuff LARP Bracers Armor Vegvisir Futhark Runes Vikings Compass Magic Stave Nordic with Celtic design Carving Leather
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Price: 25.45€
Availability: 2 weeks
Model: 160 компас углы черные
Average Rating: Not Rated



This leather cuff bracers with buttons are embossed with a Thors hammer design and celtic knotwork design.This leather cuff bracers are embossed with Vegvisir Signpost, runic compass design and Scale knotwork design.

The size of leather bracer Vegvisir Futhark Runes Vikings Compas is:

- Lenght 6'' 1/4 (16 cm)

- Width on the top 7'' (18 cm)

- Width on the botton 6'' 1/4 (16 cm)

The leather cuff bracers are with adjustable belts. They fit most for both adults and teenagers.

The Vegvisir or runic compass is a Viking rune stave, a magical device used to aid in sea navigation. According to a number of legends, this apotropaic (protective) symbol was inscribed on seagoing vessels to insure their safe return. The most common depiction of the rune comes from the 17th century Galdrabók, and Icelandic grimoire.

A page in the Huld Manuscript includes the image of the sigil and states that if this sign is carried, one will never lose his/her way in storms or bad weather even when the way is not know.

Today, it is most commonly used as a symbol of spiritual guidance.

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