Among the rare finds from Steintjørna are two small horse heads in bronze, 1,5 and 2 centimeters in length respectively. The head fragments were originally part of a horse shaped pendant, containing two opposite facing heads. The ones from Steintjørna were however not found together; one was found in the centre of hearth VIII while the other was found next to hearth III. It is about 60 meters between the two hearths. Still, it cannot be ruled out that they once formed part of the same pendant. As with many of the ornaments from the Viking Age and Early Medieval Period found in Sámi context, also this kind of pendants has an eastern origin and most likely produced in the area south-east of Lake Ladoga; Russia (Kivikoski 1973:140). The pendants date to the 11th-13th century.
The “horseheads” published on the UiT The Arctic Univerity of Norway website (in Norwegian)