Odin riding Sleipnir
In Norse mythology, Odin was a one-eyed god, the wisest of the Aesirs and their leader, displacing Thor. Odin was the god of war, poetry, wisdom, and death. He gathered his portion of the slain warriors in Valhalla. He had a spear, Grungir, that never missed. Odin was accompanied by two ravens who informed him of the doings of the gods, giants, dwarves, and men. He lost his eye in exchange for a drink from a sacred well full of knowledge and learned songs and runes by hanging onto Yggdrasil for nine days. At Ragnarok, Odin dies while fighting Fenrir. This statue show Odin riding Sleipnir being chased by a wolf. This statue is beautifully designed. Sculpted and handcrafted to the finest detail.
Approximate Dimensions: 12” x 6” x 12”
Cold Cast Bronze