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The Odin

Inspired by the Norse God, Odin. The hair dagger features Odin's two ravens, Huginn and Muninn, meaning "thought" and "memory" respectively. These majestic birds were considered Odin's messengers, flying around the world to gather information and deliver it to him. The ravens symbolize his endless pursuit of knowledge and his ability to see beyond the veil of the mortal realm.

The Valknut symbol is featured on the upper crest of the hilt The Valknut, also known as the "Knot of the Slain," is an ancient Norse symbol associated with Odin. Its intricately interlocking triangles represent the concept of life, death, and rebirth. The Valknut is believed to symbolize Odin's power over life and death, demonstrating his role as the god who guides souls between worlds. Wearing the Valknut signifies embracing the cyclical nature of life and acknowledging the deeper mysteries that lie beyond.

The Eye of Odin is featured on the top of the blade. It is also known as the "Hávamál," and is a mythical symbol representing Odin's wisdom and sacrifice. According to Norse mythology, Odin sacrificed one of his eyes in exchange for the ability to gain wisdom and knowledge. Through this sacrifice, he obtained the power to see into the past, present, and future. The Eye of Odin serves as a reminder of the value of knowledge and the sacrifices one must make for greater understanding. Wearing this symbol connects you to Odin's insight and encourages you to seek wisdom in your own journey.

Measures 6.5" long
Made from a zinc and galvanized steel alloy

The Odin

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The Odin

Inspired by the Norse God, Odin. The hair dagger features Odin's two ravens, Huginn and Muninn, meaning "thought" and "memory" respectively. These majestic birds were considered Odin's messengers, flying around the world to gather information and deliver it to him. The ravens symbolize his endless pursuit of knowledge and his ability to see beyond the veil of the mortal realm.

The Valknut symbol is featured on the upper crest of the hilt The Valknut, also known as the "Knot of the Slain," is an ancient Norse symbol associated with Odin. Its intricately interlocking triangles represent the concept of life, death, and rebirth. The Valknut is believed to symbolize Odin's power over life and death, demonstrating his role as the god who guides souls between worlds. Wearing the Valknut signifies embracing the cyclical nature of life and acknowledging the deeper mysteries that lie beyond.

The Eye of Odin is featured on the top of the blade. It is also known as the "Hávamál," and is a mythical symbol representing Odin's wisdom and sacrifice. According to Norse mythology, Odin sacrificed one of his eyes in exchange for the ability to gain wisdom and knowledge. Through this sacrifice, he obtained the power to see into the past, present, and future. The Eye of Odin serves as a reminder of the value of knowledge and the sacrifices one must make for greater understanding. Wearing this symbol connects you to Odin's insight and encourages you to seek wisdom in your own journey.

Measures 6.5" long
Made from a zinc and galvanized steel alloy

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