These ravens relay were constructed in stainless steel with the definition of their feathers taken into consideration and the detail of their cold steely gaze as they re[ort their finding back to Odin.
Just as ravens once guided the Norse people to food, they were now relied upon to guide their boats to land. The mighty birds were carried in cages on Viking ships. At regular intervals, they were taken from their cages and released into the breeze to scout out the boat’s surroundings. If the bird sensed land, it would head toward it, giving the crew the direction landward. If it did not sense or find land, it would return to the ship.