Ring with boar and Tiwaz rune. This rune is named after, and identified with, god Tyr. Proto-Germanic name is "Tîwaz" or "Teiwaz". This god is in Norse mythology associated with law and heroic glory. The rune's meaning is "victory, honor". Material bronze
Bronze Ring Featuring a Crow or Raven. Ravens and crows, black phantoms of the sky, have alway played a prominent role in many European cultures and mythologies. In Norse mythology, Huginn (Thought) and Muninn (Memory) are ravens that soar all over the world and bring information to the God Odin.…
Viking Bronze Ring with Raven Heads. The design is inspired by the Bamberg Casket dating back to cca 975. This Scandinavian artefact is made of oak, walrus ivory, gilt copper and rock crystal, it is exhibited in the Bavaria National Museum in Munich, Germany. Please select your right size,…
VIKING Bronze RING inspired by a viking bracelet from the locality of Orupgård, Denmark, 10th century. Easily adjustable.
-Weight 5 g
-Smallest inner diameter 1.8 cm/0.71 inch, can be increased to 2 cm/0.79 inch
Adjustable Bronze Ring with Viking Wolf Heads. The wolf head design is inspired by the Wolf's Cross Thor's Hammer found in Fossi, Iceland, 9th - 11th century. Fenrir is the eldest son of the god Loki and the giantess Angrboda. The Gods have bound Fenrir but his fate is to grow long enough until the…