This is the statue of Thor.
Thor is represented here with his hammer Mjolnir fighting Jörmungand, the snake of Midgard. This statue can represent two scenes, free to interpret it as you wish.
In the first case, this statue represents the final fight between Thor and Jörmungand during the Ragnarök. During the fight, Thor will inflict the fatal blow to Jörmungand before dying of his venom.
In the second case, it is the fishing scene. In this scene, Thor goes fishing with Mimir and ends up hitting Jörmungand's palace with his hook. A tough fight ensues between the god of thunder and the Midgard serpent. Mimir finally cuts the line out of fear, letting the snake escape.
The statue is engraved with Thor's name, in runic alphabet
- Wood resin
- Height : 20cm
- Weight : 300g
- Engraving in Futhark
Nice little statues? If you prefer, I can direct you to the Statue of Odin, Thor's father, or to all our Viking statues. If you don't like it, you can always check out our Viking decorations.
Thor, the god of thunder who needs no introduction!
Emblematic of Norse mythology, Thor appears today in numerous fictions. Each production appropriating Thor and his story. It is now difficult to know the legend surrounding this god with any accuracy.
So, Thor god of thunder, son of Odin! That's for sure. But what about his mother? Some say it was Jord, the goddess of the Earth. Others say his mother is a giantess. But if you like Marvel, we can stick with a little blonde with a lot of wisdom and character who cracked Odin.
Ah, it's important to note that Thor is the heir to the throne of Asgard (mythical city of the Aesir). This makes him a very powerful, highly respected deity inspiring fear at times.
In his most common form he is depicted as an old and tall man with a big dark coat.
He embodies divine anger, strength, vengeance! The northern storms are said to be the will of Thor. Vikings often shouted "Let Thor unleash his wrath" before going to cut up some insolent foes.
Thor's most popular Stuff!"
This tall blond guy is known for being classy, and to do so he has a god-like body... That's a bit easy! He has a BIG hammer that only he can carry and wield. Which incidentally throws lightning to make it clear to everyone that he is the DJ of the evening! And his toy has a name: ☛ Mjollnir
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