Viking Statues

If you happen to be in the market for a Viking statue, then this is the ideal place to search. Offering a wide array of distinctive designs, our Viking sculptures depict some of the most popular figures in Viking culture, such as Odin, Valkyries, Thor, Tyr, Frigga, Loki, Freya, Fenrir, Baldur, Heimdall, and others. Some of our Norse statues depict famous scenes from Viking mythology, including titanic struggles between heroic figures and monstrous beasts, while others are simple depictions and Viking busts of the Norse gods and their divine servants. Of course, no series of Viking statues would be complete if we did not include an actual Viking here and there, engaging in some heroic act of combat or skill. These Viking figurines 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 decor for your home!
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Battling Thor Statue

Item # CC8431
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.

Bronze Skadi Goddess of Winter Statue

Item # WU-1674
A huntress goddess and giantess with a fierce independence streak, Skadi was happiest bowhunting in the mountains. This Bronze Skadi Goddess of Winter Statue depicts her hunting on skiis with two wolf companions.

Bronze Thor Attacks Statue

Item # CC8929
There is not a more well-known Norse god than Thor, the god of lightning, thunder, and strength. In the Bronze Thor Attacks Statue, this famous son of Odin charges across the ground, swinging his mighty hammer in a wide arc.

Female Viking Warrior Statue

Item # WU-1486
Taking up sword and shield rather than bearing children, shieldmaidens exist within history and legend as some of the most well-known female warriors. The Female Viking Warrior Statue depicts one such figure in her armor.

Freya Goddess of Love and War Statue

Item # DD-182-SWFY
The Freya Goddess of Love and War Statue depicts the beautiful Norse god in lovely folklore style detail. Crafted to resemble a classic wood grain carving with bold detail, Freya is illustrated by iconic sword, hawk wing cloak, and cats.

Frigga Goddess of the Hearth Statue

Item # DD-180-SWFG
Our Frigga Goddess of the Hearth Statue is a traditional interpretation of Norse artwork. Frigga, Odins wife, represents home and family by the child embraced in her arms and the key hanging from her waist in this unique statue.

Frigga Statue

Item # CC8427
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.

Full Color Loki Statue

Item # CC9155
In Norse myth, few figures are as vilified as Loki, the Norse god of fire and trickery. Loki was shapeshifter, too, so his true form was rarely seen. But the Full Color Loki Statue reveals his warrior form in impressive detail.

Full Color Resting Viking Warrior Statue

Item # CC11854
Even mighty Viking warriors needed rest from time to time. The Full Color Resting Viking Warrior Statue depicts a Viking warrior standing at ease with his sword resting against the ground providing balance during his quick break.

Full Color Viking Warrior Statue

Item # CC11855
The Full Color Viking Warrior Statue depicts a Viking warrior grasping his battle axe with one hand and holding the hilt of his sword with the other. He clearly favors his simple, effective axe as his weapon of choice in battle.

Growling Fenrir Statue

Item # CC10909
Fenrir is a monstrous wolf deriving from Norse mythological fame, ultimately killing Odin during the events at Ragnarok. This Growling Fenrir Statue depicts the deadly hound in a way that perfectly captures his barbarous reputation.

Hagen Killing Siegfried Bronze Statue

Item # WU-1707
The Hagen Killing Siegfried Bronze Statue depicts a scene from the German poem, Nibelungenlied or The Song of the Nibelungs. The Burgundian knight aims a spear over the only vulnerable spot found on the dragon slayer, Siegfried.