Honor the Steel With Deeds, Not Words
Ah, fine Valyrian steel. It's lighter and stronger than regular steel, and weapons made from it hold their edge forever with no need for honing. Plus, it looks really good, with the flowing water pattern that's either caused by the blood magic or the dragon fire that was originally used to forge the steel (no one really knows), which is befitting for the few Great Houses that still have Valyrian steel blades these days. They're quite rare, you know: both Valyrian steel swords, and Great Houses that are still around.
Winter is here, and now is the time to reflect on the oaths and pledges made as power and swords changed hands (but when you play the game of thrones, aren't power and swords the same thing?). Trim the tree with ornaments featuring two key Valyrian steel blades: Longclaw, the sword of House Mormont that was passed to Jon Snow; and Oathkeeper, the reforged blade made from House Stark's Ice that Jaime Lannister gave to Brienne of Tarth to defend the Stark daughters. Each sword is mounted and hangs from an elegant chain, perfect for hanging from the tree while looking back on just how much things have changed over the years.
- Game of Thrones Oathkeeper and Longclaw Sword Ornaments
Officially-licensed HBO's Game of Thrones merchandise
2-piece ornament set featuring swords from the show
Each sword is mounted and hangs from an elegant chain
Perfect for passing down as family heirlooms
Not meant for fighting off White Walkers, though
Okay, well, maybe really tiny ones
Dimensions: approximately 6" x 2 3/4" x 1 1/2" (each ornament)