In Norse mythology, Mjölnir (/ˈmjɔːlnɪər/; Old Norse: Mjǫllnir, IPA: [ˈmjɔlːnir]) is the hammer of Thor, the Norse god associated with thunder. Mjölnir is depicted in Norse mythology as one of the most fearsome and powerful weapons in existence, capable of leveling mountains. In its account of Norse mythology, the Prose Edda relates how the hammers characteristically short handle was due to a mistake during its manufacture. Similar hammers (Ukonvasara) were a common symbol of the god of thunder in other North European mythologies.
This is a hand-etched glass piece. There is the likelyhood of small deviances, as it is hand-made.
The design is permanently etched into the glass itself with an acid solution. It will not come off. This piece is dishwasher and microwave safe. Please do not try stop bullets with it. It will shatter. This is glass, not Superman.
Please drink responsibly. If you can not adult enough to be responsible, please make sure you have an adult present. If no adult is able or willing to be present, and you can not drink responsibly, please name the resulting child after me.