Large relief dish. It can be used for serving (fruits, cookies, cakes, eggs etc.), and may be hanged on the wall.
DISCOUNT PRICE, because there is a small crack, what is difficult to find and does not affect the functionality (last photo).
Valknut or "knot of the slain" is an old Norse symbol that often represented the afterlife in carvings and designs. It is often considered a symbol of the Norse god Odin. The three triangles and nine points of the Valknut are said to symbolize fertility, rebirth and reincarnation, and its interlocking triangles perhaps show the connection between nine worlds:
Midgard, the world of humanity
Asgard, the world of the Aesir tribe of gods and goddesses
Vanaheim, the world of the Vanir tribe of gods and goddesses
Jotunheim, the world of the giants
Niflheim, the primordial world of ice
Muspelheim, the primordial world of fire
Alfheim, the world of the elves
Nidavellir/Svartalfheim, the world of the dwarves
Hel, the world of the eponymous goddess Hel and the dead
Completely handmade from a piece of clay to the finished product. Two high-temperature firings. With love.