Skídbladnir

“Now when Sindri and Loki brought forward the precious gifts, the Æsir sat down in the seats of judgment; and that verdict was to prevail which Odin, Thor, and Freyr should render. Then Loki gave Odin the spear Gungnir, and to Thor the hair which Sif was to have, and Skídbladnir to Freyr, and told the virtues of all these things: that the spear would never stop in its thrust; the hair would grow to the flesh as soon as it came upon Sif’s head; and Skídbladnir would have a favoring breeze as soon as the sail was raised, in whatsoever direction it might go, but could be folded together like a napkin and be kept in Freyr’s pouch if he so desired.”

– Skáldskaparmál

$38.00

Availability: In stock

Lino print on handmade paper made of 100% cotton and produced according to a 2 000 year old tradition.

Each print is handmade and may vary from the image shown here.

“Now when Sindri and Loki brought forward the precious gifts, the Æsir sat down in the seats of judgment; and that verdict was to prevail which Odin, Thor, and Freyr should render. Then Loki gave Odin the spear Gungnir, and to Thor the hair which Sif was to have, and Skídbladnir to Freyr, and told the virtues of all these things: that the spear would never stop in its thrust; the hair would grow to the flesh as soon as it came upon Sif’s head; and Skídbladnir would have a favoring breeze as soon as the sail was raised, in whatsoever direction it might go, but could be folded together like a napkin and be kept in Freyr’s pouch if he so desired.”

– Skáldskaparmál

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 15 × 21 cm
Artist

Framing

Unframed

Print type

Lino print, Single print

Size

A5

Technique

Linocut

Skídbladnir

$38.00

Availability: In stock

Lino print on handmade paper made of 100% cotton and produced according to a 2 000 year old tradition.

Each print is handmade and may vary from the image shown here.

“Now when Sindri and Loki brought forward the precious gifts, the Æsir sat down in the seats of judgment; and that verdict was to prevail which Odin, Thor, and Freyr should render. Then Loki gave Odin the spear Gungnir, and to Thor the hair which Sif was to have, and Skídbladnir to Freyr, and told the virtues of all these things: that the spear would never stop in its thrust; the hair would grow to the flesh as soon as it came upon Sif’s head; and Skídbladnir would have a favoring breeze as soon as the sail was raised, in whatsoever direction it might go, but could be folded together like a napkin and be kept in Freyr’s pouch if he so desired.”

– Skáldskaparmál

Weight 50 g
Dimensions 15 × 21 cm
Artist

Framing

Unframed

Print type

Lino print, Single print

Size

A5

Technique

Linocut

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