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Seppo Ilmarinen the Eternal Hammerer, blacksmith and inventor is the archetypal artificer. Immortal, he is capable of creating practically anything, but is portrayed as unlucky in love. The great works of Ilmarinen include the crafting of the dome of the sky and the forging of the Sampo.

Seppo Ilmarinen the Eternal Hammerer, blacksmith and inventor is the archetypal artificer. Immortal, he is capable of creating practically anything, but is portrayed as unlucky in love. The great works of Ilmarinen include the crafting of the dome of the sky and the forging of the Sampo.

The Magician - 民族史诗塔罗牌 - Kalevala Tarot - 魔术师 - The Magician

The Magician - 民族史诗塔罗牌 - Kalevala Tarot - 魔术师 - The Magician

marimekko kalevala

marimekko kalevala

Bronze bracelet from Kalevala Koru from the end of the 1930's beginning of 1940's. The original bracelet is in the National Museum in Helsinki Finland and dates from 900-1000 and it was worn by Finno-Ugric tribes living in Russia. The bracelet evolved over time from a simple to this one That is large and ornamented pice. The bracelets called Merya and it's the most beloved by the Finish people.    Stamped: K.K.  The width of the strap: 5 cm  The length of kleporna: 3 cm

Bronze bracelet from Kalevala Koru from the end of the 1930's beginning of 1940's. The original bracelet is in the National Museum in Helsinki Finland and dates from 900-1000 and it was worn by Finno-Ugric tribes living in Russia. The bracelet evolved over time from a simple to this one That is large and ornamented pice. The bracelets called Merya and it's the most beloved by the Finish people. Stamped: K.K. The width of the strap: 5 cm The length of kleporna: 3 cm

Finland postage stamp

Finland postage stamp

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Seeking a Sampo and Tilting at Windmills

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Sampo, a scarf by Dapper Camelid Designs using Neighborhood Fiber Co.'s Rustic Silk

Sampo pattern by Michael Schroeder

Sampo, a scarf by Dapper Camelid Designs using Neighborhood Fiber Co.'s Rustic Silk

Sampo (Finnish Mythology/Kalevala) made flour, salt, and gold endlessly when bidden. It also had an evil nature.

Sampo (Finnish Mythology/Kalevala) made flour, salt, and gold endlessly when bidden. It also had an evil nature.


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