A feared pirate's crest of skull and crossed sabres, is a warning to all those unfortunate enough to it! The 'Letter' was an official Royal warrant given to 'privateers', authorising them to seize and destroy property of their country's enemies. An 18th century license to kill!
The Norse god Thor's mighty weapon of utter destruction, Mjolnir, and essential talisman for the Dark Age Viking and Anglo Saxon warrior. The Futhork runes inscribed upon the knotwork dragons read "Thor's Hallow. A Blessing on this Hammer, charged with the magic of the Thunder and Lightning."; enhanced with black pewter cut gemstones.
The rune-cut battle shield with traditional Norse spiral-pattern ironwork, is crossed with the trusted swords of a Viking leader; the sword is inscribed 'af sverthi er sigr' - 10th century Skaldic, meaning "From the Sword comes Victory", and the shield is incised with a section of Swedish runes from the famous 9th century RÖk Runestone.
Gothic belt for your waist!On front there is a detailed printing of ram skull with crescent and witchcraft lettering.It's surrounded by oval frame made of faux leather trimming. Strap is made of black, wide elastic.Belt has metal zipper on the back.
German for "raven's skull"; the great black bird is famous for it's prophetic powers, being Odin's messengers and capable of foretelling death.
A vision from a gothic horror, the withered, yet living hand of the infamous undead master, insensitively embraces the strap; in dark pewter with polished highlights and red cabochon ring.
Old English for 'of the wolf '... a gothic frame focuses a chilling profile of one of these children of the night. With translucent, smokey blue enamelled moon.
From the beginning, the portrait of the original Philosophus Magus, the awesome symbol of paradox, the skull and the rose; set with black pewter rose.
Representing power and the vital forces of nature, and often, a standard for the pagan warrior. Sacrificed to gods by Abraham, the Romans and Druids alike.