Click on a photo' to see a chart of runes plus comments.

N.B. sets of runes made by Stone Mad are made from natural pebbles and vary in size and shape. I have chosen to show a large, rounded futhark set, a tiny, rounded futhorc set and a medium-sized Pictish set made on squarish and/or angular stones, in order to display the variations which are available. This does not mean that all Pictish sets are angular or all futhorc sets are tiny: any rune-set can be had on any size or shape of stone, within reason and depending on availability. I.e., if you want a futhorc set cut on angular stones and we only have rounded ones in, we can ask Stone Mad to make an angular set up and he will, but it could take two or three weeks.

Standard Norse futhark runes

Hand-carved from local Scottish stone - mainly sandstone

Stone Mad (Dave Seddon)

Variable, about thumbnail-sized

25 including blank

13

Old English futhorc runes

Hand-carved from local Scottish stone - mainly sandstone

Stone Mad (Dave Seddon)

Variable, about thumbnail-sized

34 including blank

15

Pictish runes

Hand-carved from local Scottish stone - mainly sandstone

Stone Mad (Dave Seddon)

Variable, about thumbnail-sized

24 including blank

17

Rune Magick

Keith Morgan

Mandrake Press

Stapled booklet

Beginner's guide to the history and the magical and divinatory uses of runes, including the making of bindrunes, with detailed information on each runestave.

3.50

Runecaster's Handbook
The Well of Wyrd

Edred Thorsson

Weiser

Paperback

A clear, thorough and thoughtful guide to divination with Norse futhark runes, including the ritual/religious significance of rune-casting.

11.99

We also have little drawstring leather bags suitable for keeping rune-stones in. Prices vary according to size but are around 3 for a bag big enough to hold a set of smallish runes.