Handcrafted Black Paracord Bracelet with Axe Head - Sterling Silver
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Comfortable paracord bracelet with genuine handcrafted 925 Sterling Silver Viking axe head that functions as a bracelet buckle. The axe head is engraved with traditional Mammen style art that was first discovered on a decorated axe found amonst buried belongings of a nobleman belonging to the House of Gorm, also named as the House of Denmark. The axe head bracelet buckle is complete with the same pattern on both sides. This bracelet is available in several sizes and can be stretched slightly for easy wear of the piece.
An axe was every Viking’s trusty tool and often a reliable weapon of choice. When it came to managing and repairing their ships, longboats, made in their entirety of wood, axes were a must have for every one of those ancient naval warriors. When on land, axes were used to fell trees for fires, building basic defenses, or ship repairs. Versatile for the Viking lifestyle, this weapon and tool was always on hand while on a journey, ready to be used for both felling trees and foes alike.
Axe Size: 1.18" (3.0cm)
Material: 925 Sterling Silver, High Quality 550 USA Paracord
Rune Weight: 4g
Axe Weight: 8g
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Overall quality verses price is good . The design is excellent though the straps are in the higher quality items harder and not very moldeable compared to what I would have expected.
Good workmanship overall.
This is the second bracelet I have bought this year for my husband.
The first one he sadly lost after only 3 days.
Whilst I appreciate it’s difficult to make the clasp safer and keep the look of the bracelet, it really needs more thought as I doubt he is the first to lose one.
The one he has now he has sewn on with a couple of stitches ensuring it can’t be lost.