All the hangers for keys are 100% handmade. They a hanger at the back, so it can be easily hung on the wall. The product is coated with beeswax and linseed oil.
Do not forget that each tree has its own unique pattern.
To the Vikings, ravens were a symbol of wisdom. Sacred to Odin, he had two ravens Huginn and Muninn (memory and thought). They wandered the Norse cosmos and told Odin what they saw.
Odin was the god of wisdom, as well as war and many other aspects such as poetry, the runes, and magic.
Freki is one half of the two wolves Odin had, with the other one being called Geri. Both names mean “the ravenous”, which shows how feared this two must have been. They rarely left Odin’s side, keeping him company as he watched over the worlds, making sure that nothing was out of place. Geri and Freki would often attack any giants who dared try and cross the border as they were sworn enemies of the Aesir Gods.
While Viking warriors were known for their bravery and ferocity, the real reason that they were able to out-compete their neighbours was the superior technology of their ships. They were faster than any other ships on the sea, and could navigate more treacherous waters, giving them a significant advantage when landing to launch an assault. This is why their ships were able to carry them to the Americas a millennium before their European neighbours.