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Knotwork Wolves or Ragnarok Geri and Freki Torc Bracelet

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This Knotwork bracelet features the wolves Geri and Freki and comes forged in twisted golden Stainless Steel. It can be worn around your wrist or pushed up your arm.  Armrings were often given by powerful chieftains to secure allegiance from their followers.  Bestowing such gifts was a demonstration of wealth and power, and the warrior who accepted a gift such as this would pledge loyalty to the chieftain. 

  • Length 19cm
  • Metal: Steel

On the ends of this bracelet are the heads of Geri and Freki (Old Norse, both meaning “the ravenous” or “greedy one”) – the two wolves which followed the Norse god Odin. 

According to legend, Odin was able to transform himself into a wolf whenever he wanted. Geri and Freki were said to represent hunger and thirst, respectively. Odin was known as a fierce warrior, and wolves were said to represent his power and strength.

Vikings also wore wolves as symbols of their strength and power. The wolf was regarded to be a symbol of bravery and fortitude, so wearing wolf symbolism was popular to embrace this power in battle.