Freya Norse Goddess Jewelry Bronze Amethyst Pendant

$99.95

Norse Goddess Freya with Cats Bronze Pendant with Amethyst!
Freya Sculptured Pendant in Bronze that looks like gold by Paul Borda
Norse Goddess Freya Pendant

Bronze Pendant with Amethsyt Drop Stone

1 1/16 inches high x 1/2 inch wide x 5/8 inch deep

Norse Mythology Jewelry in Bronze with Amethyst

Freya is flanked by her cats, Beegold and Treegold, and is shown here as a Goddess with a magic cloak of wings. Celtic knotwork collar design.

Freya, Norse Goddess of Love, Fertility, Cats and Seeresses, is the most beautiful of the Norse Goddesses.

Queen of the Vanir and Commander of the Valkyries, she flies using her hawk winged cloak and protects love and relationships.

Freya's chariot is drawn by two giant cats and she has a love of jewelry and ornamentation.

Her most precious possession is the necklace Brisingamen which she won from the dwarves. In ancient times, gold was often referred to as Freya's tears.

This Dryad Design jewelry piece measures 2 1/2 inches high x 1 3/8 inches wide.

Freya, Norse Goddess of Sex, Love, Fertility, Cats and Seers, is the most beautiful of the Norse Gods. Queen of the Vanir and Commander of the Valkyries, she flies using her winged hawk cloak and protects love and relationships.

Her chariot is drawn by two giant cats, Beegold and Treegold, and she has a love of jewelry and ornamentation. Her most precious possession is the necklace Brisingamen, a triumphant adornment she won from the dwarves.

In the timeless style of artist Paul Borda, this Freya originates from a hand carved piece and comes with a rustic and old world feel.

Freya

Norse Goddess of Love, Fertility, Cats and Seeresses, Freya is the most beautiful of the Norse Goddesses.

Queen of the Vanir and Commander of the Valkyries, Freya flies using her hawk wing cloak and protects love and relationships.

Goddess Freya possesses a chariot drawn by two giant cats and has a love of jewelry and ornament.

Her most precious possession is the necklace Brisingamen which she won from the dwarves. In ancient times, gold was often referred to as Freya's tears.

Scott .
Great pendant Had to have it. Pros: The design and the small amethyst that hangs below the figure. Cons: Its to bad it couldn't have been solid bronze but either way it looks fine
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