Not really from the time of Vikings... But inspired by surviving crosses of the early Viking invasion period. Ornate, massive and yet somehow humble. The figure of the archer is meant to remind the faithful of the archers who stood against Babylon. But, as is the case with the art of the art of the early Viking Age the true inspiration is the life artists saw around them. We were inspired by those early crosses and this is our modest attempts to recreate one. Cast out of lead-free pewter. Designed and handcrafted by Nagle Forge & Foundry.

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