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Thor Hammer Miniature 1:4 | Hammer of Thor 1/4 Scale Prop | Mjolnir replica

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Thor Hammer Miniature 1:4 | Hammer of Thor 1/4 Scale Prop | Mjolnir replica

- Size: 4.5 inches long (hammer with handle), 1.4x1.4x2.2 inches - hammer itself.
- Made out of UV Resin, very high detailed, this awesome piece is as durable as it is unique.
- This Hammer is hand painted with acrylic paint.
- Leather strap
- Tiny stand is included

Mjolnir is a fictional weapon appearing in American comic books published by Marvel Comics. It is depicted as the favored weapon of the superhero Thor.

Mjolnir was typically depicted as a large, square-headed gray lump hammer. It has a short, round handle wrapped in brown leather, culminating in a looped lanyard. The object is based on Mjölnir, the weapon of the mythical Norse god, although in a 2002 documentary with Kevin Smith, Lee claims his brother Larry "made it up." The hammer's name translates as "The Crusher" or "The Grinder."

The hammer is created when Thor's adopted brother Loki cuts off the hair of the goddess Sif as part of a cruel jest, and, when threatened with violence by Thor, promises to fetch replacement hair from the dwarf smiths. Loki commissions the hair from the Sons of Ivaldi and the obliging dwarves also make a magic ship and spear as gifts for the gods. Loki is convinced that no one can match their workmanship, and challenges a dwarf named Eitri to make finer treasures. Eitri creates a golden ring and golden boar spear with magical properties, and finally begins work on a hammer. Loki panics at the sight of the treasures, and, afraid he will lose the wager, transforms himself into a mayfly and stings Eitri's assistant on the brow as he is working the bellows for the forge. The assistant stops for a moment to wipe away the blood, and the bellows fall flat. As a result, the hammer's handle is shorter in length than Eitri had originally intended, meaning that the hammer could only be wielded one-handed.