This little figurine was found at Lejre, an archaeological site in Denmark that may have been the seat of the Sheffing Dynasty featured in Beowulf. It probably dates to the 9th or 10th century. Most people think it shows Odin on his high seat, attended by his ravens.
More views. I just read a little article about this I found on Academia.edu.
The one interesting detail was that Odin's robe looks a lot like the robes on emperors, saints and angels in contemporary Byzantine art. This is just an image I found at hand, and you can already see the resemblance. I find it fascinating that a Danish artisan in the pay of ambitious Vikings took his idea of the richest possible clothing from the art of faraway Midgard