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!
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.
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.
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.
Said to preside over love and relationships, the Norse goddess Freya was known for her beauty. The Large Freya Statue, made of quality resin, depicts the deity in gorgeous detail inspired by the stories with which she is associated.
Known for his trickery and shape-shifting among the tales of Norse mythology, Loki is also the father to several animals including a wolf named Fenrir. Showcase your favorite characters in Norse mythos with the Loki and Fenrir Statue.
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.
The Norse pantheon is rich with gods, each of whom plays an important role. The Norse God - Baldur Statue depicts the son of god Odin and goddess Frigg, whose death was said to be lamented by all creation, save for one creature.
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 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.
Freya is a goddess in Norse mythology. In this Norse Goddess Freya Statue she has removed her winged helm and her long wavy hair cascades down her back. One of her cats sits on her left side and her shield rests against her knee.
Some say that Frigga and Freya are aspects of the same Norse goddess. This Norse Goddess Frigga Statue depicts Frigga as a Valkyrie, ready to gather souls of the brave warriors who died in battle and lead them to the afterlife.