In the year 1870, four matrixes was found in Torslunda, Öland, Sweden. The matrixes was supposed to be used for helmetdecoration in Vendel and Valsgärde, and had four different motives. The one you see at the picture shows a dancing man with horns decorating his helmet. He performs together with a wolf dressed up to a man, and they are both armed with lances and swords. They were made of bronze and dates back to the 6th century.
Our replica is made of silver 925, and the size is : 40 x 33 mm