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A set of four handmade plaques cast made of Fibre reinforced cast and painted to resemble ancient bronze by a Swedish artist. They are based on the Torslunda plates and make a great centrepiece on any wall, shelf, table or shrine.
The original Torslunda plates are four cast bronze dies found on Öland in Sweden. They display figures in relief, believed to be scenes from mythology. The designs are known as "walking warriors carrying spears", "man between bears", "man with axe holding roped animal", and "dancing man with horned head-dress and man with spear wearing wolf skin". The last depiction is particularly well known for its missing right eye, shown by a laser scanner. This suggests that it depicts Odin. The wolf skin warrior is believed to portray a berserker (Ulfhedinn).