A hand raised sterling silver bowl available in two sizes:
Small: Approx. 60mm height
Medium: Approx. 80mm height
In Finnish folklore the Sampo is a magical artifact of indeterminate magic that brought good fortune to its holder.
Joukahainen watches out for Väinämöinen on the way to Pohjola and shoots Väinämöinen's horse from underneath him as he rides across a river. The mistress of Pohjola, Louhi, takes care of Väinämöinen until he recovers. In order to be able to return home, Väinämöinen promises that Ilmarinen the smith will forge a Sampo for Pohjola. The maiden of Pohjola, Louhi's daughter, is promised to the smith in return for the Sampo.
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