Pyrography etched runes on small slices of wood in a faux suede pouch.
These runes, known as Anglo-Saxon runes or futhorc (spelled futhark or futhork) were used by the early Anglo-Saxons as a form of writing system. They were largely used in manuscripts, engravings and some artefacts were found that were associated to magic with runic inscriptions.
Associated to have magical meaning, Ancient Runes were used as means of warding off evil and protecting devices. It is said that the word itself - rune - means "whisper" or "secret".
Each rune has been carefully hand carved into a segment of varnished wood and comes presented in a faux suede pouch.