Odin's Ravens (top left)
From the medieval Icelandic historian Snorri Sturluson:
"Two ravens sit on Odin's shoulders, and bring to his ears all that they hear and see. Their names are Huginn and Muninn. At dawn he sends them out to fly over the whole world, and they come back at breakfast time. Thus he gets information about many things, and hence he is called Rafnagud (raven-god). As is here said:These brooches are cast in bronze with stainless steel rivet accents on the wings and tail, and are set with carnelians in the eyes. They are very sturdy brooches with hammered bronze pins, and can hold most anything!
Huginn and Muninn
Fly every day
Over the great earth.
I fear for Hugin
That he may not return,
Yet more am I anxious for Munin."
The Norse Raven Fibula (left) was inspired by Norse and Anglo-Saxon depictions of ravens.
Purchase single or as a matched pair.
2" tall (52mm) by 3/4" wide (20mm)
Viking Raven Fibula (bottom left)
This fibula pin was Inspired by an 8th century AD Scandinavian brooch. This brooch has a fine pin and lies very flat. It makes an excellent kilt pin.
3 inches tall (75mm)
Our Celtic Raven Fibula (below) was inspired by various celtic depictions of ravens. This brooch lies very flat, and makes an excellent pin for a kilt.
2.75" tall (70mm) by 1" wide (25mm). Available in bronze or sterling silver.