Viking Bronze Amulet Head Presumably of God Loki-the Trickster God who changed his appearance in Norse Mythology

Description
Viking Bronze Amulet Head Presumably of God Loki-the Trickster God who changed his appearance in Norse Mythology
9th.-11th. Century AD.

Viking Bronze Amulet-Pendant with a Facing head Presumably of God Loki the Trickster God who changed his appearance in the Norse Mythology, also on this pendant the face is somehow exposed in the moment of transition and is semi-human but ressembling the zoomorphic elements as well.
Slightly worn, otherwise in Good Condition-Wearable with a lovely olive green smooth natural patina and still Wearable. See Photo
Very rare

Material:Bronze.
Date:9th.-11th. Century AD.
Size:3,1cm.


Item No.K27

Purchased by the current owner in 2011 in Austria, Wien from Collector fair.
Collected Since:1970's.
Previous owners history: Old Austrian Private Collection.


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Lot details
Culture
Viking
Material
Bronze
Object
Amulet Head Presumably of God Loki-the Trickster God who changed his appearance in Norse Mythology
Century/ Timeframe
9th.-11th. Century AD.
Condition
Slightly worn, otherwise in Good Condition-Wearable. See Photo
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