Carnelian was highly prized in the Viking period, and was often cut into beads and amulets. These are copied after a Hammer found in Wolin, Poland, from a Viking settlement of about 950. The original Hammer was carved from amber, and is now in the Muzeum Narodowe, Szczecin, Poland. They are hand made with the old methods, so they vary in size and shape, but are about 1 1/2" tall. Strung with two cylinder shaped beads and ready to wear. (Imported from Sweden).
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