Loki mask 3D print model
Reproduction of a viking pendant from Gnezdovo, Smolensk, Russia that was a part of a Gnezdovo terasure discovered near the river of Dnieper. This river was frequently used by the viking traders and warriors. The product has clearly traces of Slavs and Vikings, who interacted in the X century. However, it is known for certain that the object was used to ward off evil spirits, as well as curses. The mask found its place in everyday life and in the military affairs. It helped protect people, the army and even livestock. Our pendant shows an accurate reduced copy of the most powerful Norse symbol.