If you happen to be in the market for a Viking sculptures, then Medieval Collectables is the ideal place to bring your search. Offering a wide array of distinctive designs, our Viking figurines depict some of the most popular figures in Norse culture, such as Odin, Valkyries, Thor, Tyr, Frigga, Loki, Freya, Fenrir, Baldur, Heimdall, and others. Some of our Nordic statues depict famous scenes from Norse mythology, including titanic struggles between heroic figures and monstrous beasts, while others are simple depictions and Norse busts of the gods and their divine servants. Of course, no series of Viking statues would be complete if we did not include an actual warrior here and there, engaging in some heroic act of combat or skill. These Viking figures are fantastic decorations and great gifts. Each one is tastefully detailed, and they come in a variety of sizes to suit the space you have available. Browse our selection, and you will find the perfect piece of Viking home decor for your home!
The Odin Bust Statue represents the chief god in Norse Mythology and the ruler of the Asgard. His role is complex and he is considered a principal member of the Norse Pantheon. He is associated with wisdom, war, battle, and death.
The Norse pantheon is rich with gods, each of whom plays an important role. None, though, can boast such importance as the god depicted in this Norse God - Odin Statue, as Odin is the ruler of the Aesir and the Vanir pantheons.
The Valkyrie Bust statue represents the chooser of the slain from Norse mythology. The Valkyrie is one of a host of female figures who decides who will die in battle. The Valkyries bring their chosen to the afterlife hall of the slain.
This Seated Odin Statue has the look of Norse craftsmanship. Its overall detailing and wooden finish make it seem very much as though it were carved from a block of wood, which makes it a rather desirable piece for any enthusiasts.
Depicting the ruling god of Norse mythology, the Seated Odin Statue depicts a wizened yet powerful man as he sits on a simple throne, accompanied by a loyal hound at his side and a single raven perched upon his shoulder.
In Norse mythology, Ragnarok is the last battle that reduces the world to ash. During the battle, Thor is fated to fight his greatest enemy, the world serpent Jormungandr. This epic battle is depicted in the Battling Thor Statue.
Odin possessed many animal companions, including ravens and hunting hounds, but none were grander than his mighty steed, Sleipnir. In the Odin and Sleipnir Statue, the pair is depicted as Odin gives a cry while riding off to war.
This detailed statue depicts Loki, a figure from Norse mythology who is viewed as a consummate trickster and a villain. The Bronze Loki Statue depicts him as armed and in armor, accompanied by two of his fiercest children.
Freyr was a god in Norse mythology who was associated with farming and weather. In the Freyr Statue, he is depicted in a more warlike appearance, befitting his other title as the one who bestows peace and pleasure on mortals.
In Norse mythology, the god Heimdall was tasked with an important duty. In the Heimdall Statue, the god is depicted with a powerful axe in hand and his magnificent horn, Gallarhorn, brought to his mouth to sound a loud, clear note.
One of the choosers of the slain from Norse Mythology, a Valkyrie is shown in the Standing Valkyrie Statue. Depicted as a young woman dressed for battle, the Valkyrie decides who dies in battle, then bears the dead to the afterlife.
The Battle Ready Viking Warrior Statue depicts a classic Viking warrior caught before the start of a battle. This warrior stands with his weapon drawn and shield ready in a simple pose that reveals an impressive stature.
The Standing Viking Warrior Statue depicts a classic Viking warrior standing with his weapons ready, as though about to enter into battle. With his ornate weapons and armor, this Viking has the look of a seasoned and decorated warrior.
The Victorious Viking Warrior Statue depicts a classic Viking warrior standing with his decorative shield at his side and his axe on his shoulder. With his head tilted slightly back, this Viking looks like he has fought a battle and won.
As queen of the gods and wife to Odin, Frigga was the foremost of goddesses in Norse mythology. In the Frigga Statue, she is depicted as a beautiful woman who wields a staff and sits atop a strange, beast-like statue as a throne.
The Resting Viking Warrior Statue depicts a classic Viking warrior standing at ease with his weapons resting against the ground as he takes a brief moment to pause and recuperate before resuming whatever task lay before him.
Thor is a well-known god from Norse mythology. He is the son of Odin and is associated with thunder, storms, and strength. He is also well-known as the wielder of the hammer, Mjolnir. He is depicted in the Thor Bust Statue.
The Norse pantheon is rich with intriguing gods, each of whom plays an important role. The Norse God - Freyr Statue depicts an important god, who presides over sunshine, fair weather, prosperity, and, surprisingly, kingship.
The Norse pantheon is rich with intriguing gods, each of whom plays an important role in Norse life and has a vital role to come at the end of the world. This Norse God - Heimdall Statue depicts a powerful Nordic god-warrior.
The Loki Bust is a depiction of a well-known figure from Norse mythology associated with trickery and strife. Loki is credited with multiple origins, which vary depending on source, although he often possesses god-like power.