Thor – The God of Thunder

Code: GTTH

A finely detailed, bronze-effect sculpt of Thor - the hammer-wielding God of Norse mythology.

£60.00

(Plus £4.80 postage & handling).

Two monthly instalments of £30 (plus p&h).

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Thor – The God of Thunder

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Wielding his famous hammer, Mjöllnir, the Norse God Thor would rain down nature’s wrath on all those who opposed him or his beloved Asgard. His courage and sense of duty were unshakeable and his physical strength  virtually unmatched. This outstanding sculpture is finished to the highest standard and is a tribute to one of the most famous Norse Gods of all time.

13¼" high.

Delivery

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