Add a personal touch to your home and sacred space with handmade wood working from Oreamnos Oddities.
Benefits of using hangers:
Help you to interact with your chosen deities
consecrate and hang above a doorway
use as a talisman
Adds a unique touch to your sacred space
Perfect addition as home décor item
Dimensions: roughly 8.5 by 3 inches
Hand engraved within this piece of pine are the words "hail Odin" written in the eldest form of the runic alphabets. It is adorned with an ethically sourced elk vertebra. The green tint on the bone is natural as we do not bleach the bones sold.
MADE IN THE USA
**The hanger you see in the photo is the EXACT item you will receive**
**There is a sawtooth hanger fixed to the back for easy hanging**
**All wood working at Oreamnos Oddities is done from scratch and by hand. Rachel makes every item from the ground up and never purchase pre-made wood cuts for her designs. Each item is created on site, is hand sanded and all finishing work is also done by hand.**
**All designs engraved within the wood are all done entirely by hand. You will never find laser engraved wood working from Oreamnos Oddities. Since most of our pieces will be used within ritual we want to keep every item involved and create every aspect of it by hand. In doing so we believe the God's will thank us and this will further your skill within your own ritual practices. It is important when purchasing ritual tools that they are created in this way rather than mass produced.**
**All bones sold at Oreamnos Oddities are ethically sourced. We never buy bones to re-sell which means everything for sale is limited, found while hiking and each and every bone is cleaned/processed by hand. It is important to us to honor these animals within pagan rituals and to harvest naturally as we want all of our ritual pieces to be created with good intention**
**The Elder Futhark is the oldest form of the runic alphabets. It was a writing system used by Germanic tribes for Northwest Germanic dialects in the Migration Period. Its inscriptions are found on artifacts from the 2nd to the 8th centuries. In Scandinavia, from the late 8th century, the script was simplified to the Younger Futhark, and the Anglo-Saxons and Frisians extended the Futhark, which eventually became the Anglo-Saxon futhorc. Unlike the Anglo-Saxon furhorc and the Younger Futharks, which remained in use during the Early and the High Middle Ages respectively, knowledge of how to read the Elder Futhark was forgotten until 1865, when it was deciphered by Norwegian scholar Sophus Bugge.**