Thórr was the god of storms, but also was Mankind's Warder, and his Hammer a mighty symbol of luck and protection. Wear the Hammer for luck, or just to show your Viking heritage!

Thórr's Hammer Designs
Designs featuring Mjölnir, the hallowing Hammer of Thórr.
Öku-Thórr, Oslo Rådhus
Thórr rides here in his vehicle pulled by the goats Tanngnjóstr (Tooth-Gnasher) and Tanngrisnir (Gap-Tooth).
Thórr and the Miðgarðr-Serpent
The tale of Thórr's fishing trip that resulted in his hooking the World Serpent (Miðgarðsormr) was a popular motif in Viking art. These products feature an original design based upon the style of the 12th cent. A.D. carvings on the Hylestad church in Norway.
Thórr's Blessings
Runic inscriptions and literature have preserved several prayers, invocations, and blessings calling upon the god Thórr.

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