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🌈Rainbow Bridge🌈GBB-20200520

🌈Rainbow Bridge🌈GBB-20200520

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🌈Rainbow Bridge (Nordic Mythology)🌈

Rainbow Bridge (Bifrost, Bifröst, Old Scandinavian: Bilröst), which means "shaky road to heaven".

In Nordic mythology, it is a huge rainbow bridge connecting Asgard and Midgart (the atrium).

The gods of the Aesir tribe (Aesir) meet every day along the Rainbow Bridge to the Wuerde Spring beside the World Tree.

Heimdall is the guardian of this bridge, he is here to monitor the giants to prevent their intrusion on Asgard.

Heimdall’s residence “Himinbjorg” has its hall at the end of the bridge.

In the dusk of the gods, the Rainbow Bridge will be trampled down by giants such as Struer and collapsed.

Most of the descriptions about Rainbow Bridge appear in "Prose Edda", but "Poetry Eda" also mentions some.

Some scholars believe that Bifrost originally referred to "Galaxy" in "Poetry Eda",

The re-interpretation of the author of "The Prose Edda", Shlori Sturrasson, turned into a rainbow.

★Specification of works (single piece sale)★

     Material: 925 sterling silver + imported Murno glass material from Italy
  Size: ±1.5CM
     Origin / Taiwan
     Manufacturing method / handmade

(Full handmade, each pattern is different)
PS. Product photos are actual products, taken with a macro lens (20x magnification)!!
In order to allow customers to see the real product, the repairing has not been enhanced, and the minor flaws/bubble dents on the product are completely normal.

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