Viking ship from Lillevang, found in a grave on Bornholm from around 1000 AD.
It is possible that the ship will represent Skidbladner, Frey's magical ship in Norse mythology. The ship was made by the sons of Ivald at the behest of Loki, and it is one of the objects that was made in connection with Loki's bet with the dwarves. When Skidbladner is not in use, it takes up no more than a handkerchief and weighs no more. It can be unfurled in seconds, and regardless of which direction it sails, the wind will always blow directly into the sail.
- Material: sterling silver (925)
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