Also called a trollkors, a Troll Cross is said to ward off the dangerous sorts of magics. In particular, they ward off evil trolls– which are admittedly a big problem in Norse mythology. Unlike our other runes, there’s not a strong archaeological record of the Troll Cross in Norse graves. In fact, it was reportedly first created by a smith from Dalarna, Sweden in the 1990s and may have been based on the Elder Futhark Odal rune (ᛟ), also known as the Othala Rune.
This rustic pendant is hand made of pure silver (.999) using precious metal clay with a simple black leather cord. The adjustable cord clasp adjusts for your preferred length, either as a choker or a long pendant.
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