The Yorvik Compass The Kingdom of Yorvik in the late 9th Century had its centre at York, from which Norse settlers – farmers and artisans - would sail along the North Sea coast to settlements far and wide. A seafaring people, the Vikings relied on the stars and compass to steer a safe passage. The art and craftsmanship of the Vikings often depicts their love of the sea and famous dragon longboats.
Albion, the ancient name for the British Isles, has come to mean all that is legendary in Britain’s history and landscape. The Lost Treasures of Albion charms are ancient Britain’s legacy, a reminder that past glory promises future greatness.
All pendants come with a chain, gold satin pouch and comprehensive, explanatory leaflet in a cellophane bag.