Tyr/Tiw God of War and Wolves Copper Plaque
A beautifully etched and aged copper plaque after the design of an Anglo-Saxon purse cover found at Sutton Hood. This one features the god of War Tyr (Norse) or Tow (Anglo Saxon) . This unique and distinctive piece measures approx 75mm in diameter and is approx 1mm thick. Each one is unique. No two are the same. The photographs above are an example only. As all items are made to order we will send you photographs of your item prior to dispatch for your approval. Cleansed and blessed for strength, health, and protection from the Old Norse Gods and the Viking Ancestors, by the North Sea at Tynemouth, Northumberland, England at the site of the invasion of Northumbria in 875 AD by Halfdene, first King of the Kingdom of Jorvik (York). Unless otherwise stated your piece will come coated in a tough invisible transparent lacquer to protect the finish however over time and depending on how its treated this coating may break down. As such, depending on your body chemistry and atmospheric conditions this piece may leave a harmless greenish deposit on the skin. This is easily washed off and can be minimized by keeping it clean and dry or lacquering/waxing it yourself. Non-European customers. Please note your country may charge import duty, VAT or other taxes on foreign imports. We are in no way accountable or responsible for this and the payment of any such charges are solely the buyer’s responsibility. We suggest you familiarize yourself with your country’s import regulations before ordering to avoid any unpleasant surprises.