Our Viking Jewelry, Norse Jewelry, Viking necklaces, and Viking rings are forged and hand-finished from a variety of materials, including steel, pewter, silver, and gold. All of our products are stamped with their metal content and all can be verified in their metal content by jewelers and other professionals in the industry. Some may include precious stone, semi-precious stones, glass beads, amber, or resin.
Here at Viking Warrior, we take pride in the quality of our products and do our best to create Viking jewelry that can last a lifetime... or longer. We do offer custom works on request and at certain times of the year do offer actual historical, excavated Viking jewelry artifacts.
When you order Norse Viking jewellery at Viking Warrior, we guarantee that you will never pay for shipping, and we try to ship each piece of jewelry in its own individual bag within another ornamental packaging. In some cases, we may run out of our fine Norse gift boxes, and in that case, all buyers should feel free to contact us at email@example.com to request a new set or a steep discount on another product.
Throughout history, the Vikings wore jewelry to show their pride and status. Norse Jewelry lines with Viking Warrior are designed to be bold, powerful, and stunning pieces. Both men and women often wore jewelry, and among the poor, jewelry was often forged of bronze, pewter, and animal bones.
Throughout history, the Norsemen and Vikings wore jewelry not just to accessorize, but to demonstrate their status. Both men and women often wore metal embellishments and jewelry.
The kinds which could be worn were usually stratified among socioeconomic classes. Among the poor, jewelry was often forged of bronze, pewter, and animal bones. Pewter and bones in particular were easy to scratch and carve designs into even without any metalworking skills.
More wealthy Vikings might use steel and silver, while wealthy individuals wore gold and even jewelry with precious stones. Men tended to wear a brooch on the right shoulder, while women might wear a brooch or cloak-fastener on either side.
The Vikings lived from roughly 700 AD to 1200 AD, and were famed warriors, sailors, adventurers, and traders in their time. Originating first in the nations we think of as Scandinavia (countries such as Denmark, Sweden, and Norway), they explored as far as the Americas, Mongolia, and Africa. Historians have even identified some metal swords and jewelry in Viking burial sites with origins in the Middle East. Much about what Vikings wore for jewelry has been extrapolated from archaeological findings in battlefields, graves, sunken ships, and family heirlooms passed down through generations.
From time to time, Viking Warrior will offer single pieces of real artifacts sourced from the UK and Scandinavia through our jeweler partners. These pieces have been independently authenticated and graded for purity, as well as aged. We love to offer our customers the ability to get the real deal.
Norse jewelry and nordic jewelry all take great inspiration from the communities and peoples they came into contact with. Primarily Celtic, Gaelic, and British Isles influence can be seen shaping Viking art patterns, as well as the geometric patterns common in the middle east, and strong folkloric emphasis from Russia and the Baltic nations.
One important question we often get asked is whether bracelets were always torcs, or if leather and other materials were used. Believe it or not, some have even ventured to say they didn't think Vikings and Norse warriors wore bracelets at all! But there is plenty of archaeological evidence of both torc-style arm rings and bracelets. Rope, leather, and charms were also popular on bracelets. While we do not offer many charms, we do offer many Viking style bracelets.
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It is important when thinking about Vikings to remember that the word, Viking did not designate a population of people or even a specific culture, but was a profession. They were sailors, reavers, pirates, traders, and warriors. They left their mark not just in Nordic areas, but the British Isles, and influenced Celtic populations and regions which stretched through
Europe and beyond. The Vikings, in all these journeys and wars, left behind many of their treasures.... so many that they are still being discovered today. We're aware that authentic Viking jewelry is not easy to find outside of Scandinavia and Iceland and the British Isles, and we do indeed from time to time offer real Norse antiquities. However, if you are looking for unique pieces of Viking jewelry, look no more, as you're in the right place.
Our craftsmen use only the highest quality materials in pewter, steel, silver, gold, and gemstones, and are deeply committed to making our jewelry pieces unique and worthy of true Vikings. Our jewelry collection features beautiful Viking bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings in many different styles, representing both traditional designs, replica pieces, and modern interpretations.
Viking jewelry as it was worn in their era was usually made of silver and bronze. Gold was costly back in the day, so it was reserved only for the wealthiest of Viking lords and kings. Certain items in our jewelry collection are made of gold, silver, bronze, and other precious metals so be sure to check them out. You can read our article on how Viking jewelry was made.
Viking Warrior sells jewelry for men and women made of 925 silver, bronze, gold, and stainless steel, as well as some items in pewter. We offer an extensive collection of jewelry, in which you can find: Viking rings, Viking necklaces, Viking bracelets, armrings, and pearls. We also have medallions, charms, beard and hair beads, and more.
There is no difference between Viking, Norse, and Nordic jewelry. They're one and the same! Viking jewelry, Norse jewelry, and Nordic jewelry are synonyms. While Vikings were technically a class of people, those practicing a profession, Norse implies all the people of that culture who may not have been reavers, sailers, warriors, and pirates. Those who owned farmsteads, were wives, children, slaves, servants, and worked the land.
You can determine if any piece of Viking jewelry is authentic by analyzing the jewelry's age. X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) is one of the most reliable analyses used for this purpose by common jewelers. Carbon dating is, however, more specific, but requires taking samples of the material of the jewelry, and this method is used by scientists, archaeologists, and historians. To keep costs low, we generally have Viking pieces we sell which are actual artifacts dated by a partner Jeweler, Picardi Jewelry.
Vikings get theirViking jewelry for men from Viking Warrior Apparel! With the following types of Viking jewelry: rings, bracelets, and necklaces with a pendant. They would also wear torcs and brooches, have charms to set on common tools and goods, such as scabbards and bridles. Often belts would be ornamented with cabochons and wrought buckles. Beads were also considered fashionable and might be worn in the hair or beard.
Viking women usually wore brooches that were used to fasten their dresses. In addition to brooches, they also wore necklaces.
Viking Warrior offers Nordic jewelry in the price range of $20 to $2500. Pieces which are cast in precious metals must cost at least as much as the metal in order for us to make a profit.
The cost of gold as of this writing is $1773 per ounce. Most mens' rings weigh up to half an ounce; and of course, if a ring has precious gems, incredible custom detail work, or is a one of a kind limited item, that will increase the cost. We do keep detailed
Viking Warrior offers unique jewelry featuring the most famous Norse runes and symbols, as well as figures from mythology, lore, and who have been featured on uncovered artifacts. Among these include Norse Gods such as Odin, Thor, Freya, and Loki. There are also many representations of the animal gods such as Fenrir, Hati, Skoll, Hugin, Munin, Jormungandr and many others. Other symbols you might find include the Valknut, Vegvisir, Helm of Awe, and Axe of Perun.
Many museum-quality pieces have been put on display in museums of natural, cultural, and nordic history around the world. Often they have been painstakingly restored to original beauty, and it is from these that some of our most expensive and detailed pieces draw their inspiration. You will find some of our pieces are ascribed to mimic specific Norse art styles, such as Mammen or Jelling.
Believe it or not, Celtic and Viking Jewelry does have some overlap. The Celts lives in the British Isles and in parts of Europe where Vikings were often raiders. Sometimes these peoples lived side by side; others, they made war against each other.
But one can trace the influence of Celtic art and culture on Vikings by the shifting styles of knotwork. Most Viking knotwork has a beginning and an end, and has figures which are clearly defined with heads and limbs. Celtic knotwork is often infinite, where all parts of figures are connected.
As time wore on and these cultures connected with each other, more and more Celtic artwork began to have distinct figures and knotwork with definitive stops; and the opposite is true of Viking knotwork.
We do offer many pieces strongly influenced by Celtic influences on Viking designs. In particular, triquetra pieces and infinite-knotwork pieces are very Celtic in their inspiration.
We offer a lifetime guarantee on every product. If it breaks, we will replace it at NO COST to you. Simply send us an email or use the website contact form, with a picture of the piece or damage. We stand by our products 100%, and will not even ask you to pay for shipping. We are honored by your patronage and want to give you something truly VIKING STRONG that you can be proud to wear even into Valhalla.
We do offer many womens' Viking jewelry pieces, and intend to have a full line of more delicate products suitable for fashionable Nordic wear and jewelry. In particular we intend to stock more earrings, delicate rings, and fashion necklaces. But we also do not want to be exclusionary. Ladies: please feel free to order from the men's section. If you find that a ring or other piece is simply TOO BIG or clunky, just send us an email or drop a contact form. We will help you to find a replacement piece which will fit you more appropriately, and send it free of charge.
In general we recommend that women wanting to buy from the men's section will have the most success with low-profile band rings and those with subtler ornaments. Many of those in the larger signet ring style are... well... LARGE.
We like to think we are a repository of viking jewelry facts, and can tell you a great deal about the incredible history of jewelry not just with Vikings but across the time period. However, such a long discussion is better suited to our blog! If you would like to read more about all kinds of subjects, go check it out.
If you are looking for gold or silver fine jewelry, feel free to search for gold jewelry in our products. At present we only offer a few 100% gold pieces, as it is cost-prohibitive to keep in stock. We intend to make more gold pieces available heading into 2022, however, when we release our Wedding Line. Stay tuned!
Why Do You Make v.k.n.g. jewelry? We at Viking Warrior make Viking Jewelry because we love the era, the culture, and the powerful symbolism imbued in Viking Mythology. In every ring, pendant, bracelet, and Viking Necklace, you will find our passion for excellence. As we grow and expand, we hope to add many more items, handcrafted with care, into our inventory.
We try to make most of our offerings unisex, but for those who would like more delicate and feminine apparel, we do offer womens' jewelry in steel, gold, and silver. We also offer many Viking moonstone rings and other kinds of rings sized to a slimmer and smaller hand.
Yes, like most purveyors, we have considered using platforms like Amazon, Etsy, and other easier platforms. We will consider this into the future as our fanbase grows. We appreciate all of your support and love of Viking Culture.
Yes, worldwide shipping is the default here at VW. While our shipping times are not always fast, we hope that you find that we are willing to try and send products everywhere in the world.
Yes, there are many authentic pieces in our collection which have been independently certified by jewelers as authentic to the Viking Age. We are happy to put clients who wish to procure actual viking antiquities in touch with suppliers so that they don't need to use us as middle-men when hunting for real Viking artifacts.
The tradition and culture that the Nordic people developed in their time still live among us. The Vikings left behind many of their treasures that are still being discovered today.
We're aware that authentic Viking jewelry is not easy to find outside of Scandinavia and Iceland. However, if you are looking for unique pieces of Viking jewelry, look no more, as you're in the right place.
Our craftsmen use only the highest quality materials and are deeply committed to making our jewelry pieces unique and worthy of true Vikings. This collection features beautiful Viking bracelets, rings, necklaces, and earrings.
Viking jewelry is usually made of silver and bronze. Gold was costly back in the day, so it was reserved only for the wealthiest of Vikings. Certain items in our jewelry collection are made of gold, so be sure to check them out. You can read our article on how Viking jewelry was made.
Vikings Warrior sells jewelry made of 925 silver, bronze, gold, and stainless steel.
We offer an extensive collection of jewelry, in which you can find: Viking rings, Viking necklaces, Viking bracelets, armrings, and pearls.
There is no difference between Viking and Nordic jewelry. They're one and the same. Viking jewelry, Norse jewelry, and Nordic jewelry are synonyms.
You can determine if the Viking jewelry is authentic by analyzing the jewelry. X-ray fluorescence analysis (XRF) is one of the most reliable analyses used for this purpose.
Viking men usually wore the following types of Viking jewelry: rings, bracelets, and necklaces with a pendant.
Viking women usually wore brooches that were used to fasten their dresses. In addition to brooches, they also wore necklaces.
Viking Warrior offers Nordic jewelry in the price range of $10 to $1897.
Viking Warrior offers unique jewelry featuring the most famous Norse runes and symbols such as Valknut, Vegvisir, Fenrir, Huginn and Muninn, and many others.
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